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An Analysis of Google's Patent Policies on Open Source AI Software (4)

2018.12.11Daeho Lee

We would like to thank Hwe-hee Chung of Sualab Co., Ltd. (chung.hwehee@sualab.com, www.sualab.com) for his invaluable contributions to this article.The information on patents included in this article was obtained from Keywert, a patent analysis database based on artificial intelligence.Among the pat ...

An Analysis of Google's Patent Policies on Open Source AI Software (3)

2018.11.29Daeho Lee

Google’s Open Patent Non-Assertion Pledge (OPN) is a pledge that explicitly declares which of Google’s patents are licensed to users as part of the Apache open source license, under certain conditions.The OPN addresses the issue surrounding patents that we raised in the previous article of this seri ...

2018.11.28Gunhong Park

Daeho Lee, Managing Partner of PI IP LAW (LEE, PARK & MORRIS), will be a speaker at the "Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Lectures" at the "Fusion and Convergence / Public Display Technology and Standardization Trend Forum" (RAMADA Encore Hotel Cheonan) on 29 November 2018.In this lecture, ...

An Analysis of Google's Patent Policies on Open Source AI Software (2)

2018.11.19Daeho Lee

Open source software is a type of computer software that is released under an open source license, that is a license in which the copyright holder grants users the right to use the software under certain conditions. It also overlaps conceptually with free software, and in recent years has come to be ...

An Analysis of Google's Patent Policies on Open Source AI Software (1)

2018.11.19Daeho Lee

The rapid development of deep learning technology is amazing, and open source is credited as one of the main reasons for such rapid development. In the software field in general, open source is already widely regarded as an important driver of innovation, and companies such as Apple, Samsung, and Qu ...