Tech Roundup: AI Patent Laws, Alphabet’s Election Safeguards, Intel’s Mega Investment, and OpenAI’s Funding Surge

From court rulings affecting AI's legal status to massive funding rounds, here's the latest tech stories you might have missed.
From court rulings affecting AI's legal status to massive funding rounds, here's the latest tech stories you might have missed.

AI Cannot Hold Patents: UK Supreme Court’s Landmark Ruling

In a landmark ruling that sets a significant precedent in intellectual property law, the UK Supreme Court has declared that artificial intelligence systems cannot be recognized as inventors under current patent law. The decision came in the case involving Stephen Thaler’s AI system, DABUS, which had sparked a global debate on the legal recognition of AI in patent processes. This ruling reaffirms the necessity for an inventor to be a natural person, a principle that may shape the future of AI-driven innovations and their legal protections.


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Alphabet Tightens Grip on AI-Driven Election Content

In a move reflecting heightened concerns over the impact of artificial intelligence on public opinion, Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has announced restrictions on election-related queries on Bard , its AI-driven search tool. This decision is a proactive measure to curb the potential spread of misinformation during election periods, underscoring the tech giant’s commitment to responsible AI use in politically sensitive contexts.


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Intel’s New Chapter in Israel with a $25 Billion Chip Plant

In a significant boost to the global semiconductor industry, Intel has received a $3.2 billion grant from the Israeli government for building a new chip plant worth $25 billion in southern Israel. This project, the largest investment in Israel’s tech history, represents a major expansion of Intel’s manufacturing capabilities and a strategic move in the highly competitive semiconductor market.

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OpenAI’s Valuation Soars with Potential $100 Billion Funding

OpenAI, a frontrunner in the field of artificial intelligence, is reportedly in early talks to secure a new round of funding that could value the company at or above $100 billion. This development, as reported by Bloomberg News , indicates the surging interest and confidence in the AI sector, highlighting OpenAI’s influential role in shaping the future of machine learning and AI applications.

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