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Thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence, the question of “who can be an inventor?” has been replaced by “what can be an inventor?” At the forefront of this question is Stephen Thaler, creator of an AI system called DABUS. Thaler made headlines when he cited DABUS as the inventor on a patent application.

In this webinar, software patent attorney Robert Plotkin of Blueshift IP and Louder Co CEO Andrew Louder explain the significance of DABUS and the implications that AI as an inventor would have on the patent process, including its impact on obviousness.

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