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Have you ever wondered whether software is patentable, what aspects of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) implementations are patentable, and who might be very active in patenting in that space? This webinar will explore how to patent computer-implemented (i.e., software) inventions in the US and Canada, as well as provide a global perspective on AI patent filing trends and explore aspects of an intellectual property (IP) strategy for AI/ML technologies, such as maintaining trade secrets versus patenting. If you are a researcher or an entrepreneur in AI/ML, you should attend this webinar.
About Your Speaker
Natalie Raffoul is a world-renowned IP expert in patenting and licensing software. Natalie is a lawyer (Ontario) and a Registered US and Canadian Patent Agent with a background in electrical engineering. She is the Managing Partner of Ottawa-based Brion Raffoul LLP, a boutique firm specializing in IP.
Read more about Natalie at https://mcgill.ca/continuingstudies/community/biographies/natalie-raffoul
For more information, email us at pd.conted [at] mcgill.ca