Protecting your AI investment using patent applications

26 April 2020

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being commercialized for many purposes: computer vision, robotics and control methods, telecommunications, financial services, and human-computer interaction, to name a few. 

Wondering how you can leverage intellectual property laws to best protect and commercialise your AI-based inventions? Watch this short IP Explainer from Roch Ripley.

For a more in depth discussion on patenting AI in Canada, read Patenting artifical Intelligence inventions in Canada by Roch and Shahrzad Esmaili.


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