Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotics are three interconnected technologies destined to change the future. They inspire the brightest minds in tech to contribute to an exciting vision for tomorrow. Bringing that vision to fruition requires visionary ideas, which is why it's essential for companies in AI, ML, and robotics to employ strong IP protection.
Legal protection allows you to maximize the value of your innovation, increase the impact of your business, retain ownership over your ideas, and connect with investors, businesses, and consumers from around the world. For over 50 years, Seed IP has worked with some of the leading names in technology, including Microsoft, Panasonic, Facebook, and Samsung. Yours could be next.
Great IP protection starts early. Whether you’re just developing an idea or building a prototype, with every brave step you take, you open yourself up to risk. But you do not want to worry about that, so let us handle it for you.
Among many other applications, we have protected the use of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Robotics to:
Working on something even more niche? We’d love to hear about it. Get in touch for a bespoke conversation, with one of our specialists.
Bobby's practice focuses on the U.S. and foreign patent prosecution of electrical engineering and computer software matters and patent litigation, infringement opinions, licensing, and strategic portfolio management. He received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma (2001), and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University (2003). Bobby holds a J.D. from the University of Oklahoma College of Law (2007).
Brooke Quist's practice focuses on domestic and foreign intellectual property, including patent preparation and prosecution, litigation, preparation of patent invalidity and non-infringement opinions, client counseling, strategic portfolio development, due diligence investigations, and licensing, as well as other transactional intellectual property matters.
Steve Lawrenz works with his clients to develop highly-strategic patent portfolios in computer software, artificial intelligence, and Internet technologies. He evaluates third-party patent portfolios to counsel on avoiding patent infringement. He also advises on the merits of acquiring particular patent assets. Additionally, Steve mines client patent portfolios to identify assets for licensing, patent infringement counterclaims, and divestment. He is an authority on Patent Trial and Appeal Board procedures--particularly appeals from examiners’ rejections--and is experienced at preparing and prosecuting design patent applications, both for user interface elements and physical articles.