Webinar: Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in the Invention Disclosure Process – Sponsored by IP.com – IPWatchdog.com
For many years, Boolean logic has been the gold standard for patent searches and invention disclosures, and for some it still is. But as all patent professionals know, Boolean Logic, good as it is, has significant limitations. Indeed, relevant content needed to make accurate assessments can often be excluded from even the most intensive searches.
Enter artificial intelligence (AI), which greatly simplifies the process, reduces time and improves the accuracy of IP search. Since its inception, AI has rapidly advanced beyond the capabilities of basic search engine tools. Today, AI provides powerful ways to quickly visualize and analyze complex data sets and delivers actionable insights never before possible.
On Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at 12 p.m. ETplease join Joe Manicoresearch scientist at Kodak Alaris, Jim Durkinsenior product manager at IP.com, Tony ChristopherSuccess Engineer at IP.com and moderator white jeansPresident and CEO of PCT Learning Center, for a conversation that will be of particular interest to companies looking to leverage the latest artificial intelligence technologies to power their IP workflows.
About our sponsor:
Designed for users across the innovation lifecycle, our suite of solutions and services provides insights and answers. IP.comIP software is for IP professionals, research and development teams, inventors and entrepreneurs, etc. Why we’re different: Save time – Our proprietary search and analysis platform is specifically designed for application to technical documentation and patents, quickly providing you with the most accurate results and actionable data, improving workflow. innovation work and decision-making time. Save Money – Our Customer Success Team is included in your subscription and offers personal onboarding, training and guidance – whenever you need it. Reduce the need for external advice with our analysis tools. On average, the return on investment is achieved in just a few months.
Our goal was to make it easier for organizations to accelerate research and development. We wanted to enable the rapid assessment of intellectual property.
Today, we combine hundreds of millions of data points from companies, US litigation records, patents, and technical literature to help you evaluate, protect, and monetize your ideas.
Fortune 1000 companies, governments and research universities around the world use our intelligence solutions to increase efficiency, reduce outsourcing costs and improve their innovation processes.