The Intellectual Property Owner’s Association (the “IPO”) recently published a white paper on patenting artificial intelligence (“AI”) inventions, entitled the “AI Patenting Handbook.” David Pointer, a partner at Thomas Horstemeyer, is a contributing author for the white paper.  Specifically, David Pointer co-authored the portion of the white paper discussing district court decisions related to AI matters from various geographic regions.

David Pointer is a member of the firm’s litigation and patent prosecution groups. David has experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications involving numerous technologies, including blockchain, AI, networking, and wireless communication, Internet of Thing (IoT) devices, wireless power transfer systems, control systems, optical systems, data acquisition systems, battery management, and integrated circuits. David has unique district court experience due to his internships with the Honorable Jane Triche-Milazzo of the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Louisiana and with the Honorable Kenneth Hoyt of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of Texas. David’s experiences makes him uniquely qualified to co-author this white paper and spread this information with members of the IPO.

The white paper is available to IPO members on the IPO Law Journal. You can learn more about David Pointer on his profile.