By Aaron Gin — On October 30, 2019, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office released a Federal Register Notice requesting comments on issues of artificial intelligence (AI) and intellectual property, the second such request in the past three months. In a blog post on the USPTO “Director’s Forum”, USPTO Director Andrei Iancu and Deputy Director Laura Peter stated that “[t]he fields of copyright, trademark, database protections, and trade secret law, among others, may be . . . susceptible to the impacts of developments in AI.” As such, the USPTO has requested public feedback by way of thirteen questions involving topics…
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