Academic journal article Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal

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Academic journal article Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal

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Christopher R. Muse, Patented Personality, 4 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 285 (1988).

This article presents an examination of the state and structure of artificial intelligence personality and its patentability. The author discusses whether artificial intelligence personality could ever properly be subject to protection under the then current U.S. patent laws, and the resulting implications on the patentability of artificial intelligence systems embodying artificial intelligence personality.

Howard C. Anawalt, To License or Not--A Proposal to Improve Patent Law, 5 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 199 (1989).

This essay proposes an amendment to the patent laws requiring patent holders to either choose to (i) practice the invention exclusively himself or herself, (ii) license the invention to all parties on substantially the same terms, or (iii) commercialize the invention.

Stephen C. Shear & William S. Galliani, Patent Practice: Strategies for Submitting Newly Discovered Prior Art After Allowance of an Application, 7 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 1 (1991).

The authors discuss a patent prosecutor's duty of disclosure and the practical considerations of a prosecutor with respect to material prior art discovered subsequent to allowance of claims. The article analyzes the problems associated with such discoveries within a patent prosecutor's duty of disclosure.

Jerome T. Tao, Theories of Computer Program Patentability, 7 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L. J. 291 (1991).

A review of the requirements necessary for obtaining a patent in the early 1990s. The author examines definitional problems in applying these requirements to computer programs; contending that these definitional problems should not preclude the patentability of certain computer programs.

Alan D. Minsk, Patentability of Algorithms: A Review and Critical Analysis of the Current Doctrine, 8 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L. J. 251 (1992).

This article examines the patentability of algorithms by reviewing relevant case law and statutes. …

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