A startup sues Facebook, because its algorithms are stolen

A startup sues Facebook, because its algorithms are stolen

A startup sues Facebook, because its algorithms are stolen

A startup of Intelligence Artificial sues the company of "Facebook" and one of its employees, for stealing the proprietary software of its own related to artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The company, "Neural Magic", which was founded in 2017, claims that Alexander Zlatsky, who worked as a technology director at "Neural Magic" earlier, violated the agreements he signed with the company upon joining it, and within the terms of the agreement came a commitment not to divulge any technical secrets ".
After that, Zlatsky left the company to join Facebook, and the company claimed that he "stole the secret algorithms of his previous company and presented them to a new team."
The company claimed that it “discovered algorithms that Facebook had introduced on Github, which it found were identical to other algorithms used by Neural Magic. Currently, the latter company has decided to take legal action against Facebook, and there is a belief that its employee Zlatsky violated the legal rules he signed in March / March 2018, and also violated the trade secrets laws with "Facebook".
Currently, compensation is sought for the illegal use of their algorithms.