Two weeks ago, during the Huski webinar “Explore GPT’s Potential in Legal: How Should Lawyers Work Effectively with AI?”, we discussed many topical issues around the latest AI progress and its reception in the legal world. We are thrilled to share with you some of the highlights from the webinar, where we had the unprecedented opportunity to interact with GPT-4, the latest and most advanced AI language model, just like a human participant.
At Huski AI, we are thrilled about the promises of new generative artificial intelligence to enhance how we serve our clients. However, as a company comprised of AI and product experts, we are cognizant of the risks accompanying the surge in AI services. That is why we are taking a proactive stance to ensure our professionals utilize these groundbreaking technologies responsibly while upholding our strict commitment to safeguarding data privacy for our clients and ourselves.
Our CTO Dr. Guan Wang gave a speech at Stanford University for a USPTO event on AI inventorship. The esteemed committee consisted of Stanford professors of law and public policy, law firm partners, and leaders in the AI industry. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) plays an important role in incentivizing and protecting innovation, including innovation enabled by artificial intelligence (AI), to ensure continued U.S. leadership in AI and other emerging technologies (ET). seek stakeholder input on the current state of AI technologies and inventorship issues that may result from their advancement. The discussion centered around a few fundamental questions of inventorship in the era of artificial general intelligence (AGI). Some of the questions included: How is AI used in the invention creation process? How does the use of an AI system in the invention creation process differ from the use of other technical tools? If an AI system contributes to an invention at the same level as a human who would be considered a joint inventor? What statutory changes, if any, should be considered as to U.S. inventorship law, and what consequences do you foresee for those statutory changes? Given the experience of this committee and the depth of the discussion, this event is easily one of the most influential and defining moments for the future of inventorship in the AI era. The key takeaways from some speakers are listed as the following.
As a trademark lawyer, you understand the complexity of protecting your clients’ brands and intellectual property. From trademark searches to monitoring company name usage, a comprehensive trademark search, watch, docketing, and enforcement system is a crucial aspect of your practice. In an increasingly competitive market, it’s imperative to choose the right solution – one that provides speed, accuracy, and security. And that’s where AI-powered solutions come in.
Innovation and intellectual property (IP) are cornerstones of economic growth and prosperity. In 2022, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) shared that frontier technologies alone currently represent a \$350-billion market with the potential to grow to a $3.2-trillion market as soon as 2025.
“Wow, this would save me hours of time,” you think to yourself after experiencing a trademark search with Huski.ai. But then you pause. You only prosecute a few trademark applications a month and can’t incur any unnecessary overhead. “I’m not sure I have the volume of business to justify the cost,” you explain. “Just because I’ll have more free time doesn’t mean there will be more work to do.” Exactly. Work and revenue don’t just appear out of thin air.
AI has became one of the most important differentiating factors for lots of firm from the competition. By using the most advanced AI SaaS tools to streamline their legal services and offer the clients a competitive advantage, they’ve seen significantly better results in client retention. In this article, we will outline 10 ways in which law firms can advertise their use of AI to attract and retain clients.
While the legal industry at large has always been slow to adopt technologies – even showing reticence to adopting traditional technologies such as the cloud or rule-based SaaS softwares – IP attorneys are often the pioneers in embracing new legal technologies. When it comes to embracing artificial intelligence (AI) – from the most advanced image recognition, text understanding, knowledge graphs, all the way to generative AI – some of the most visionary trademark attorneys in the United States have started to realize the transformational power of AI firsthand. Upon using Huski.ai, these forward-thinking trademark attorneys have seen huge improvements on their efficiency, accuracy, and overall service to clients.Yet some practitioners remain skeptical, especially those who bill hourly and see efficiency as an existential threat to their business models. This article will explain how cutting-edge AI will transform your practice and address some of the key concerns related to efficiency and revenue.
As companies face tightening budgets, more and more clients are choosing to skip comprehensive trademark clearance searches in favor of more robust preliminary or combination “knockout-plus” searches. Built by both AI professionals and legal representatives for businesses of all sizes, Huski AI’s trademark search engine emphasizes the importance of striking a balance between performing thorough trademark clearance searches while also keeping costs low.