At the time of this article, the author states that, "â€˜utility,â€™ has devolved over the years into a rather minimal obstacle to obtaining a patent. Today, a patent will not be withheld even though the invention works only in an experimental setting, and has no proven use in the field or factory." The other mainly associates utility with the obvious requirement.
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