The UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) will not patent artificial intelligence (AI)-based inventions. The mentioned legal privilege gives an invention’s creator ownership. Many experts doubt that AI can come up with new ideas on its own. That is why people can file the said legal claim on AI-assisted innovations, the government said, despite “misperceptions.” The Court of Appeal decided against Stephen Thaler, who claimed his Dabus AI system made food containers and flashing lights. Two judges sided with the IPO, which told him to list a real originator. Lady Justice Laing pronounced that only people have rights, not machines. Patents are legal benefits that can only be granted to individuals. The IPO said that it will “need to understand how our IP system should protect AI-devised inventions in the future.” The organization also showed that it will advance international discourse to keep the UK ahead. In a case brought by Mr. Thaler in 2021, an Australian court said that AI structures could be patent innovators.