The Role of Explainable Artificial Intelligence in Patent Law
Although the notion of “explainable artificial intelligence” (AI) has been suggested as a necessary component of governing AI technology, at least for the reason that transparency leads to trust and better management of AI systems in the wild, one area of U.S. law already places a burden on AI developers and producers to explain how their AI technology works: patent law.
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“The Role of Explainable Artificial Intelligence in Patent Law,” by Brian Wm. Higgins was published in the March 2019 edition of the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal (Vol. 31, No. 3), a Wolters Kluwer publication. Reprinted with permission.