Patentability of computer-implemented inventions
E-Learning module: Patentability of CII at the EPO
This module examines the patentability requirements, legal basis and other criteria in the field of information technology. In particular, it focuses on patentable and non-patentable subject-matter and on the examination of computer-implemented with respect
to the requirements of Art. 52 EPC (exclusion, industrial application, novelty and inventive step). Examples and case law are also provided.
Recorded lecture: CII - ensuring information is the key to patentability
Watch the recorded lecture on computer-implemented inventions, held by Michaël De Smet, team manager, Information and Communication Technology at the EPO The Hague and Igor Dydenko, team manager, Electronics and Mechanics at the EPO Berlin.
Recorded lecture: Computer-implemented
inventions at the EPO
Watch the recorded lecture on assessing the patentability
of computer-implemented inventions and specific cases, held by Yasemin Türkeli, examiner in the fields
of bioinformatics and administrative, financial and commercial data processing
at the EPO.