The Miami CTSI (Clinical and Translational Science Institute) C2C: Concept to Commercialization Series presents Paul Tanpitukpongse, JD, principal and patent attorney at Meunier Carlin & Curfman, LLC, in Atlanta, Georgia for a talk on “Patenting 101: Intellectual Property Considerations in Artificial Intelligence” on Tuesday, May 9, 2023, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM via Zoom.
Tuesday, May 9, 2023 | 12:00-1:00 PM via ZOOM
About Paul Tanpitukpongse
Paul practices patent law with a focus on Al innovations in a number of cross-disciplines and technologies, including Al for real-time control in prostheses and robotics, Al-assisted technology in medical diagnostics, Al and bioinformatics and drug discovery, Al in manufacturing technology, Al in logistics technology, Al in computer security and networking technology, and Al in consumer products. His legal practice focuses on patent applications for a broad set of technologies in electrical engineering, computer science, chemical engineering, biotechnology, and biomedical engineering. He also counsels companies ranging from start-ups to multi-national corporations and academic institutions on patent portfolio development and strategies, as well as other intellectual property needs. Additionally, Paul prepares opinions on a wide variety of IP issues, such as freedom-to-operate, validity, and infringement matters, as well as counseling clients on patentability issues.
Representative technology areas of his practice span software and hardware platforms, including neural networks and algorithms, data analytics, cloud computing, IOT platforms, software and network virtualization, speech recognition, image-and-signal processing, medical imaging systems, MEMS devices, metrology systems, networking devices, data storage, 30 printing, robotics, semiconductors, networks, switches, energy management systems, and thermal management systems, among others.
Paul brings over seven years of industrial research and development experience to his legal practice. He was an electrical engineer and project leader at General Electric – Global Research Center, where he led a research team to develop residential energy control technologies as part of GE’s SmartGrid Initiative. Paul completed GE’s Edison Engineering Development Program, rotating through technology laboratories in the technology areas of imaging and visualization, advanced controls, electric power, and sensors for non-destructive evaluation applications.
About Miami CTSI’s C2C Series
Make strategic connections and gain insights about a selection of topics relevant to taking your ideas to the marketplace. This seminar series is free and open to all University of Miami faculty, staff, postdocs, students, and alumni.