Intelligere, lat.: to understand – What can be understood can be explained. Is a program that learns but cannot understand or explain what it is doing actually intelligent? If computers are no longer programmed and trained in the classical way, but rather educated (by simply giving them certain rules, for example of those of chess or Go) and we do not even know what a program has learned in the end, can it still be protected? Innovative software concepts are no longer just decisive for sales, they are essential for survival. It is therefore all the more important to properly protect the corresponding investments. We support you in this.