Patent Drafting for Machine Learning Inventions: Practical Considerations

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Patent Drafting for Machine Learning Inventions: Practical Considerations
Start date Monday, February 15, 2021 12:30 PM
End date Monday, February 15, 2021 01:30 PM
CPD Points 1.0
Price Non Member £73.20 (Includes £12.20 VAT)
Member £0.00 (Includes £0.00 VAT)

Synopsis

This webinar will focus on some of the practical considerations to bear in mind when drafting patent applications for inventions which relate to machine learning. I will discuss claim drafting strategy and also the issue of sufficiency of disclosure in light of T0161/18.

Speaker Info

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Richard Kennedy is a partner at Venner Shipley. His technical background is in physics, software development and mathematics; he holds a PhD from Imperial College London and a bachelor’s degree from Trinity College Dublin. He has particular expertise in artificial intelligence and deep learning based technologies and much of his day-to-day work is in this area. The 2021 Legal 500 UK notes that he has “been at the forefront of debates around AI and IP” and has a “unique understanding in the machine learning field and understands the intricacies and depth of description required for prosecution support and exceptional claim breadth’.