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What is Quantum Computing? Part III

21.03.2024

What is Quantum Computing? Part III

Within the sector of quantum computing, quantum communication systems are a rapidly growing field. In this article, we look at the development of such systems and some of the related patents filed in this area.

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Charting a new course: Is the UK one of the most patent-holder-friendly jurisdictions for AI?

20.02.2024

Charting a new course: Is the UK one of the most patent-holder-friendly jurisdictions for AI?

The UK High Court has recently reshaped the landscape of AI patentability, deeming neural networks not to be excluded under the UK's computer program exclusion. In a groundbreaking ruling, the court's decision challenges conventional boundaries. It raises the question: Has the UK become the most patent-holder-friendly jurisdiction in Europe for AI?

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Top five patents for Fintech inventions

05.12.2023

Top five patents for Fintech inventions

Over the past decade, the Fintech world has experienced an unprecedented surge in innovation. From payment apps to blockchain-based solutions, Fintech inventions transform how people manage, invest, and transact their assets.

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What is Quantum Computing? Part II

22.11.2023

What is Quantum Computing? Part II

In Part I of this series, we looked at some fundamental quantum mechanical principles that underpin emerging quantum technologies. In this article, we look at how those fundamental principles apply to quantum computing and describe some practical aspects of quantum computers.

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Sculpting proteins with code: Use of generative AI in protein design

06.11.2023

Sculpting proteins with code: Use of generative AI in protein design

In this article, we discuss how generative AI can provide a shortcut for developing therapeutic candidates.

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What is Quantum Computing? Part I

20.10.2023

What is Quantum Computing? Part I

In this article, Madeleine Georgopoulou introduces various fundamental principles used in quantum computing and takes a brief look at the current progress of these technologies in the commercial and patent worlds. This is the first article in a series on Quantum Computing and how to patent Quantum Inventions in Europe.

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Inventive step at the EPO for AI inventions – T 2803/18

16.08.2023

Inventive step at the EPO for AI inventions – T 2803/18

Assessment of inventive step at the European Patent Office is made with reference to the technical effect of the claimed invention. In particular, only those features of a claim that contribute to the technical character of an invention may be taken into account when determining whether an inventive step is present.

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Sufficiency at the EPO for AI inventions

15.08.2023

Sufficiency at the EPO for AI inventions

At the European Patent Office, for the purposes of examination, applications disclosing and claiming subject matter relating to Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning are treated in a similar manner to applications disclosing and claiming subject matter relating to other types of mathematical methods or algorithms implemented on a computer (see the EPO’s Guidelines for Examination (GfE) on AI inventions).

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Patenting AI in Europe in the Age of Generative AI

14.07.2023

Patenting AI in Europe in the Age of Generative AI

Learn more about patenting AI inventions in this pre-recorded webinar as Keltie’s experts explore “Patenting AI in Europe in the Age of Generative AI”.

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Quantum Computing and Patenting

19.06.2023

Quantum Computing and Patenting

The Quantum technology sector has experienced accelerated growth in the last decade, driven by increased investment in research and development, advancements in the technology, and an expanding list of applications for which quantum technologies can be used.

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Using patents for AI innovation to reduce UK corporation tax

01.06.2023

Using patents for AI innovation to reduce UK corporation tax

As the UK corporation tax rate rises from 19%-25%, this article sets out how the Patent Box system can be used to reduce this rate, and why the Patent Box is a particular incentive to file patent applications to AI innovations.

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Tips for drafting Core-AI European Patent Applications in view of T 0702/20

17.04.2023

Tips for drafting Core-AI European Patent Applications in view of T 0702/20

The European Patent Office’s (EPO’s) recent case law on the patentability of Core-AI in T 0702/20 reiterated their established stance that improved Machine Learning model architectures are considered unpatentable subject matter before the EPO. However, the case has more to offer than just that, here are two points that will be influencing our drafting of Core-AI patent applications going forward.

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Protecting and rewarding inventions devised by artificial intelligence: UK IPO calls for views

13.12.2021

Protecting and rewarding inventions devised by artificial intelligence: UK IPO calls for views

The UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has published an open consultation which calls for views on the intellectual property rights of patents and copyright for creative works or inventions that have been created using artificial intelligence (AI).

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Artificial Intelligence: Can a machine be an inventor?

29.11.2021

Artificial Intelligence: Can a machine be an inventor?

Can an AI be an inventor of a patent? A series of patent applications around the world are asking that very question...

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Shakeel Ahmad explains the borderline of patentability.

16.12.2020

Shakeel Ahmad explains the borderline of patentability.

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