Last week, the Enlarged Board of Appeal finally published its long-awaited decision G1/19 about the patentability of computer simulations. Does it revolutionize the patentability of computer simulations and patents for software in general, as some had hoped? Or is it rather a controlled evolution of the EPO’s framework for computer-implemented inventions?
You can read the whole decision G1/19 here.
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What are your thoughts?
Now on to you. What’s your first impression about the Enlarged Board’s thinking in G1/19? I’m excited for your feedback. Share your thoughts in the comments!
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