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Discussions around artificial intelligence (AI) and IP can sometimes be futuristic and trapped at the level of high-concept: whether machines can be inventors, for example. But at BIO Digital 2020, a panel of experts was on hand to provide a much more practical, down-to-earth guide to patenting AI inventions.
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