USPTO releases new Artificial Intelligence Patent Dataset – United States Patent and Trademark Office

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) Office of the Chief Economist released the Artificial Intelligence Patent Dataset (AIPD)—identifying which of the 13.2 million United States patents and pre-grant publications include artificial intelligence (AI)—to help enable researchers, policymakers, and the public explore the impacts of AI on invention.
The Office of the Chief Economist constructed the AIPD using machine learning models for eight AI component technologies. A new working paper highlights the machine learning approach used to generate the dataset, which achieved superior performance compared to existing alternatives.
For more information on the new dataset and the working paper, visit the Artificial Intelligence Patent Dataset webpage on the USPTO website.
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