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Emily Gardel

Emily Gardel
Emily Gardel assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Group in patent prosecution in the areas of bioelectronics, electrochemical devices, imaging systems and analysis, medical devices, electronics, electromagnetic materials, and software.

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Strategies for Patenting Artificial Intelligence Innovations in the Life Sciences

(Co-authored by Dan Rudoy)

Today, companies are developing artificial intelligence (AI) systems to meaningfully analyze the deluge of biomedical data. A substantial investment in building and deploying machine learning (ML) technology—the most active area of AI technology being developed today—warrants carefully considering how to protect the resulting intellectual property (IP), but there are challenges to doing so. In this post, we explore strategies of protecting IP for ML technology, including what aspects to consider patenting given current and ongoing changes to US patent law, and when to consider trade secret protection.

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