Scientist renews bid to name artificial intelligence as U.S. patent holder

  • Stephen Thaler has missing bids for AI patents in multiple countries
  • Asks federal appeals court to rethink definition of ‘individual’

(Reuters) – Laptop scientist Stephen Thaler on Monday asked a U.S. appeals courtroom for a new hearing in his lawsuit looking for recognition for his artificial-intelligence process DABUS as a patent inventor, arguing again that the procedure is an “unique” underneath federal law.

Thaler is tough an August ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that the Patent Act does not enable patents for AI-created innovations since it interprets the expression

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