Brian M. Graham is a Partner in the firm's San Francisco office. His practice includes preparing patent applications with a focus on cutting edge machine learning techniques / applications. He has extensive experience with autonomously operated unmanned vehicles, cloud-based technologies, and ASICs. Additionally, he has negotiated IP license terms and prepared complex licenses in accordance with the terms. Prior to joining Knobbe Martens, Brian was an associate with Fish & Richardson and a senior staff member of the Federal Circuit Bar Journal during law school.
In 2019, Brian took Professor Ng’s graduate-level ‘Deep Learning’ CS230 course at Stanford. For his final project, his team created a substantially state of the art image compression codebase. He obtained his Masters degree from Georgia Tech in ECE while performing research with the Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics (COPE). While earning his Bachelors degree, he was a member of research groups specializing in computer learning / vision. After graduate school, he was employed by Northrop Grumman as a Communications Systems Engineer on the Global Hawk Unmanned Air Vehicle project.