Google reached a settlement with Singular Computing Wednesday in a $1.67 billion patent infringement trial that accused the tech giant of copying artificial intelligence technology, according to a joint motion by the parties.

Counsel for Singular Computing, Kevin Gannon, a partner at Prince Lobel Tye, and Nathan R. Speed, a shareholder at Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, on behalf of Google, filed a joint motion to stay the case—which was set for closing arguments Wednesday—for 30 days for the parties to execute a formal settlement agreement that will bring the case to a close, according to the motion filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.