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It doesn't matter. The US patent system is based on "first to invent", so it doesn't matter if other inventors find new ways to discover an identical solution later. It is still infringing on the original patent. If you think about it, computers (and AI) are no more or less a tool of invention than a pencil and draft board. There is nothing in intellectual ...


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Infringement is based on what is described in the claims. If you implement each and every element of a claim, you infringe on that claim. If you don't implement each and every element then you don't infringe. People often attempt to get around patent claims by implementations that get the same effect but not in the same way the claim describes. Often this is ...


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