Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham.

Next week is a calendar week at the Federal Circuit. Today I’m previewing three arguments: Can artificially intelligent machines be named as inventors on patents? Are methods of diagnosing organ transplant rejection via cfDNA eligible for patenting? And can Netflix and Hulu get in the win column when it comes to their battle with DivX over video compression patents?

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