Wyoming Plaintiff Tied to Familiar Figure Targets Apple’s Siri

February 23, 2024

Last May, Wyoming Technology Licensing LLC sued Clinc in the Eastern District of Michigan over the provision of Clinc AI, a conversational artificial intelligence system used for customer chats. A dismissal without prejudice ended that case in late August. Now, in an Eastern District of Texas complaint, Wyoming Technology accuses Apple (2:24-cv-00128) of infringing a related patent, generally related to analyzing an “information request” and communicating “prepared instructions” on a “consumer device display”, through the provision of natural language processing and semantic analysis tools used by the Siri voice assistant on mobile devices.

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