Google has settled a $1.7 billion lawsuit over AI chips patent infringement filed by computer scientist Joseph Bates and his company Singular, the company said on Wednesday.

The settlement, according to a Reuters report, was reached on the same day when lawyers from both parties were scheduled to make their closing arguments.

While details of the settlement have not been disclosed, Google’s lawyers, reportedly, maintain that the internet giant did not violate Bates or Singular’s patents in any manner.

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