Patenting The Non Patentable: Artificial Intelligence





Samvidhan Patidar & Smriti Chauhan, Government New Law College, Indore, M.P.


ABSTRACT


The research revolves around the patent and patentability of ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. The purpose of this research is to ascertain the patent right in artificial intelligence, to elucidate legal implication which arise while filing patent application and to decide who actually is a true patent holder for the inventions of artificial intelligence and to shed light on the challenges, Position of India in AI world and risk faced by India in investing into Artificial Intelligence. Government of India through NITI Aayog is investing into the future of Artificial Intelligence in India. Thus, the article is research about the challenges and risk faced for patenting inventions of AI.


KEYWORDS: Artificial Intelligence, Patent, Inventorship, Disclosure, Programmer

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