A recent notice from the United States’ patent granting agency explains how AI tools interface with the rules of conduct for patent attorney
The United Kingdom’s recognition of generative AI’s benefits will better allow patent attorneys to reap the benefits of AI-powered patent drafting.
In India and California, lawmakers are proposing legal regimes for AI regulation that support proactive self-regulation.
Attorneys, by nature, are risk mitigators - a stance that has served them well. However, the emergence of Generative AI (GenAI) is rewriting the rules of the game, demanding a proactive approach.
This article presents the top 5 best patent drafting tools currently available, propelled by the latest advancements in GenAI technology.
USPTO not only acknowledged the growing use of generative artificial intelligence platforms among patent practitioners but also recognized that IP lawyers can use AI drafting tools within the agency’s current code of conduct.
This article put a spotlight on the pivotal role of Generative Artificial Intelligence in revolutionizing patent drafting practices.
“The strategic opportunity lies in saving 50% of attorneys’ time today and envisioning a future where the arduous task of writing a 40-hour patent could be accomplished in just four hours, totally redefining the landscape of patent writing and prosecution.”
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Government officials are writing the rules on artificial intelligence in ways that demonstrate the value of AI platforms, even in high-risk industries. AI companies who want to work with partners in the patent industry have several ways of demonstrating that AI-powered tools add value and improve productivity while addressing the concerns of government regulators head-on.

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