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Google Braces for Billion-Dollar AI Patent Battle in Court

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Google is facing a trial over allegations that its processors used for AI technology infringe on patents held by Singular Computing, with the latter seeking up to $7 billion in damages.

Singular claims that Google’s processors copied its technology, while Google maintains that its processors were developed independently.

The trial is expected to last two to three weeks, and a separate case regarding the validity of Singular’s patents is also being heard in a U.S. appeals court. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

Google spokesperson Jose Castaneda said, “We look forward to setting the record straight in court.”

The lawsuit claims that Google has “revolutionized the way AI training and inference are accomplished.”

“Google engineers had mixed feelings about the technology and the company ultimately rejected it, explicitly telling Dr. Bates that his idea was not right for the type of applications Google was developing,” wrote Google.

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