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A lecture on "How to Protect Software Patents and the Trend of Intellectual Property Related to Artificial Intelligence"

2019.07.17Daeho Lee

Daeho Lee, Managing Partner of PI IP LAW (LEE, PARK & MORRIS), hosted a lecture on “How to Protect Software Patents and the Trend of Intellectual Property Related to Artificial Intelligence" at the request of MAIWALD Law Firm in Germany on 27 June 2019.We represent leading companies in software and ...

2019.06.24Yongduck Kim

Yongduck Kim, Associate of PI IP LAW (LEE, PARK & MORRIS), will be a speaker at the “Flip Learning Offline Lecture” at the Korea Invention Promotion Association on 28 June 2019.Yongduck’s presentation will cover general aspects of intellectual property rights, block chain technology, and artificial ...

2019.06.24Gunhong Park

Gunhong Park, Partner of PI IP LAW (LEE, PARK & MORRIS), will be a speaker at the “Flip Learning Offline Lecture” at the Korea Invention Promotion Association on 27 June 2019.In his lecture, Gunhong will provide valuable advice on how and why to build a patent portfolio.PI IP LAW attorneys regularly ...

2019.05.19Daeho Lee

Since we started our series of articles on deep learning, one of the most interesting topics has been Google's patent on batch normalization layers. This patent has now finally been accepted by the US Patent and Trademark Office.To me, the bottom line seems to be that Google has achieved the best po ...

2019.02.28Daeho Lee

PI IP LAW is delighted to announce the addition of 3 new associates to our team.Jinhyun Shin Show profileJinhyun Shin graduated from Hanyang University with a degree in industrial engineering. In a data mining class, Jinhyun encountered big data processing and neural network theory for the first tim ...