Dority & Manning to Participate in Artificial Intelligence Seminar in Tokyo, Japan

November 4th, 2019

Dority & Manning is pleased to announce our collaboration with Marks & Clerk in the international seminar, Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: A Global Perspective.

The seminar will be held at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan on Tuesday, December 3rd.  Principal Neil Batavia and Senior Associate Joseph Probst will be presenting “An Overview of the Approach to AI in the United States.”  Neil and Joseph’s presentation will include an overview of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning technologies, including patent eligibility issues in the Alice-Mayo Supreme Court decision and policy changes due to examination guidance published by the USPTO in 2019.  They will also explain the latest trends in various internet rules published by the USPTO for AI inventions.

The co-presenters include Dr. Rhian Granleese, Dr. Tim Hargreaves, Dr. Michael Moore, Jonas Lindsay, and Dr. Lara Sibley of Marks & Clerk as well as Professor Kazuyuki Motohashi of the University of Tokyo.