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Not even a global pandemic could slow down the advancement of artificial intelligence. In fact, the pandemic drove innovation in several key areas including healthcare, transportation, inventorship, and education.

In this presentation, software patent attorney Robert Plotkin of Blueshift IP and Louder Co CEO Andrew Louder discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic helped spur innovation in AI, and who stands to gain and lose from patenting AI innovations — and from failing to do so.




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