Computer sciences, specially machine learning and artificial intelligence are part of the competences HMGU is well-known for. Because of the increasing relevance of computer sciences for society, sciences and industries, related intellectual property rights are a crucial asset - also and particular for HMGU. INNO likes to make you aware for related patents and invites you on Wednesday, September 29, from 3:00 to 4:30 pm.
In his presentation, Thomas L. Lederer – a computer scientist and patent attorney, will give a basic introduction into patents and in particular into patents in the field of computer science. So-called “Artificial Intelligence”, e.g. machine learning and neural networks can, just like other computer-implemented inventions (often called “software patents”), be protected by patents.