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AI cannot be patent ‘inventor’, says UK Supreme Court

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AI cannot be patent 'inventor', UK Supreme Court rules in landmark case
  1. U.S. computer scientist’s bid to register AI-created inventions as patents in the UK rejected by the Supreme Court.
  2. The court ruled unanimously that under UK patent law, an inventor must be a natural person, not a machine.
  3. Thaler’s “creativity machine” called DABUS generated inventions, but the court’s decision emphasizes that only a human or a company can be an inventor.
  4. The ruling highlights that the current UK patent law does not accommodate autonomous inventions generated by AI machines.
  5. Despite this decision, there’s ongoing discussion about how intellectual property laws should handle AI-created inventions and their patentability.
SourceReuters

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