Harry Bedford #
Harry Bedford works on patents in the fields of electronics, electrical devices and software.
Harry joined Reddie & Grose in September 2016 having graduated from King’s College London with a Master’s degree in Robotics. Harry is part of our electrical and autonomous vehicles team within our Electronics, electrical devices and software practice group.
Harry has experience prosecuting and drafting patent applications in the UK and Europe, for both individual inventors and large multinational companies from around the world. His general practice covers a variety of technical fields and includes electronic components, telecommunication systems, semiconductor devices, wearable tech, medical devices and computer implemented inventions, including AI and machine-learning inventions. He has also handled registered designs in the UK and in Europe.
As part of his robotics course, Harry studied AI and took several machine-learning modules that focused on neural networks and pattern recognition algorithms. This knowledge has helped him in drafting patent applications for clients in the fields of speech and text recognition as well as driverless vehicles, for example. Harry has also been involved in contentious work and regularly advises clients on patentability issues concerning computer programs and software.
In his free time, Harry is a keen cyclist, and enjoys football, golf and cricket.