SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Brooks Kushman Shareholder Ben Stasa wrote an article that was recently featured in The Patent Lawyer Magazine.
As technology begins to evolve, the line between artificial intelligence (AI) and pure human innovation has blurred as technology rapidly evolves. In his article titled, “Should AI Systems Be Eligible for Patents?” Ben evaluates the current status of AI inventors across the globe and what may need to change for patent law policy in this rapidly evolving division.
Ben Stasa is a registered Patent Attorney and Ph.D. Candidate in electrical and computer engineering. Ben guides the development of medium to large-scale patent portfolios and manages teams of attorneys tasked with supporting the same. Given his lead role, he is often called upon to handle complex patent issues, as well as opine on matters concerning infringement, patentability, and validity. As a result, Ben has developed expertise in handling difficult legal circumstances for a wide array of technologies. As a Ph.D. candidate in electrical and computer engineering, Ben’s research interests include artificial intelligence, blockchain, communications, microelectronics, power transmission, quantum computing, and signal processing. He is currently investigating application of machine learning to wireless communications, and deep learning to vocal pitch tracking.
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