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Innovation Unleashed: Exploring Patents, AI, and Deep Learning

Welcome to ‘Innovation Unleashed: Exploring Patents, AI, and Deep Learning’ – where technology, law, and transformative ideas converge.

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  • Neural Network Applications to Image Copyright Infringement

    Neural Network Applications to Image Copyright Infringement

    In the realm of intellectual property, neural networks and artificial intelligence are reshaping the way copyright infringement is detected in images. This article explores the applications of neural networks in scanning and identifying potentially infringing images, drawing parallels to how a dog tracks the scent of a lost child. By utilizing logistic regression, neural networks…

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  • Unlocking the Potential: Neural Networks, Deep Learning, and Positive AI Applications in Patent Law

    Unlocking the Potential: Neural Networks, Deep Learning, and Positive AI Applications in Patent Law

    Neural networks and artificial intelligence (AI) are rapidly advancing fields that require protection under intellectual property laws. In this article, Robert Z. Cashman, a patent attorney, explores the patentability and copyrightability of AI applications using neural networks. He emphasizes that while the mechanics of a neural network might not be patentable, their application in achieving…

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  • TorrentLawyer blog – Defending ‘pirates’ against ‘pirates’.

    TorrentLawyer blog – Defending ‘pirates’ against ‘pirates’.

    After an eight-year hiatus, the CashmanIP blog returns with a renewed focus on exposing copyright trolls and fighting against their extortion schemes. With over 200 articles on copyright trolling, Cashman Law Firm, PLLC has defended countless defendants accused of copyright infringement. These malicious companies exploit the peer-to-peer networks, track downloaders, and file mass lawsuits with…

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  • Powerful Lesson on Settling a Patent Litigation Case & Avoiding Greed.

    [Originally published by Robert Z. Cashman, Patent Litigation Attorney on Oct 1, 2009.] There is a short and simple lesson in today’s article from law.com, “Federal Judge Tosses Out $388 Million Patent Verdict Against Microsoft” written today by Alison Frankel from the American Lawyer. Last April, Paul Hayes of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and…

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  • Patent Auctions are where patents go to die.

    I was just reading the New York Times article by Steve Lohr about how exciting it is that Zoltar Satellite Alarm Systems will be placing their patents up for auction as if a patent auction were some new and exciting forum where valuable patents can be made available for the public to benefit from them.…

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  • Black hats and white hats in the patent law system (summary)

    Pasted below is a summary version of the article posted on JD Supra on “Black hats and white hats in the patent law system” that I wrote on 8/16/09. Within patent law and the patent litigation system, there are good ways and bad ways to make use of the rules and laws that have been…

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