The “PATENTABILITY” Of Artificial Intelligence Inventions

In the information guide published by the USPTO this month, there were explanations about the conditions under which inventions made by “real people” through artificial intelligence can be patented. As stated in the manual, which we can see in detail on the link, the criterion of “a real person making a significant contribution” is being sought in order for inventions made with the help of artificial intelligence to be protected by patent. Although this statement makes a number of suggestions on how the ”significant contribution level” can be determined, it does not point to a precise and clear rule.


The USPTO, which has opened the subject to public comments, can be expected to update the current guidance in the light of comments that may be received in the future.

The information guide that the USPTO published this month:

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