Darryl Woo

Lucas Dahlin Contributor Lucas Dahlin is an associate in Goodwin’s Intellectual Property group. He focuses his practice on complex intellectual property matters, with a particular experience in patent and trade-secret litigation. More posts by this contributor Is your autonomous vehicle Sally the sports car or blood-thirsty Christine? Autonomous vehicle IP protection — when HAL is driving Julius Jefferson Contributor Julius Jefferson is an associate in Goodwin’s IP Litigation group. Prior to joining Goodwin, he clerked for judges of the District of Delaware and of the Eastern District of Texas. Before attending law school, Julius was a Research Fellow at Wyeth Pharmaceuticals (now Pfizer), where he worked on finding cures for Alzheimer’s disease. More posts by this contributor Is your autonomous vehicle Sally the sports car or blood-thirsty Christine? Autonomous vehicle IP protection — when HAL is driving Darryl M. Woo Contributor Darryl Woo is a partner in Goodwin's IP Litigation group. He is a veteran trial lawyer, concentrating his practice on patent litigation and other complex technology litigation. More posts by this contributor Is your autonomous vehicle Sally the sports car or blood-thirsty Christine? Autonomous vehicle IP protection — when HAL is driving

Darryl Woo is a partner in Goodwin’s IP Litigation group. He is a veteran trial lawyer, concentrating his practice on patent litigation and other complex technology litigation.

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Is your autonomous vehicle Sally the sports car or blood-thirsty Christine?

We have an ever-growing number of distracted and inept drivers turning our crowded highways into a dystopic version of real-life Frogger. Enter the autonomous vehicle.

Autonomous vehicle IP protection — when HAL is driving

Present-day machine learning requires binary experiential training. The collected learning then becomes valuable. But how can that very valuable intellectual property be protected?

Autonomous cars are driving the reinvention of IP protection

Our concepts of intellectual property protection will need to evolve, if not require invention of new concepts, to enable transition to autonomous vehicles.