Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys
There is no doubt that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are finding an ever-increasing number of roles in a diverse range of technical fields. The field of technology itself is developing more and more rapidly. Our patent and trademark attorneys have a deep understanding of this very technology.
As a consequence, we are ready and waiting with a highly experienced team of experts working in the field. We have been recognised as having a reputation for providing industry-leading advice and insights.
Our AI and machine learning IP services
Mathys & Squire’s AI group offers a full range of services in areas including AI patent and trademark procurement, licensing and IP portfolio management and commercialisation of IP. We also defend against any AI patent infringements.
Our clients have access both to attorneys who are experienced in dealing with the application of AI/ML technology, as well as attorneys intimately familiar with the underlying software and hardware, which makes these applications possible.
The AI group has extensive experience with the application of AI/ML in any fields of technology, from medicine and biotechnology to financial markets, big data, autonomous vehicles, logistics and a multitude of other industries.
Practical AI experience
We work with a range of clients, from global entities to start-ups, whether based in the UK or further afield. Our teams understand the challenges and considerations that businesses need to be aware of when it comes to AI and machine learning technology. Our teams pride themselves on practical, down to earth advice which helps our clients make more informed, commercial decisions. We help your businesses become even more successful.
Experts in AI and machine learning IP
This is a fast-moving field, not only technically, but also in how IP law is adapting to fit the technical landscape. We are proud that several of our practitioners in our AI group are regularly called upon for comment in the press and to provide seminars and lectures on the many evolving legal issues relating to AI.