IP Portfolio and Landscape

Augmented Intelligence: Where to Start?

Jumping into the AI World blindly and attempting to solve real-world problems could cause more problems than is trying to solve. Throwing AI Tools at data indiscriminately could cause much confusion, and unless we’re very lucky, the difficulties encountered and/or results might cause us to abandon AI entirely. In this blog, I suggest some approaches, […]

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Natural Fit: Augmented intelligence and intellectual property

This entry is the first in a series of blogs entries covering the topic of AI (augmented Intelligence) and IP (Intellectual Property). Intellectual Property includes Patents, Trade secrets, Know-How, Domain Names, Copyrights, Trademarks, Service Marks and Defensive Publications. For this discussion, we will focus on patents. Analyzing a patent portfolio can become overwhelming and laborious […]

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Rightsizing your portfolio

An IP portfolio contains your ideas, patents, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights and defensive publications. Do you know what is in your portfolio, why it is there and the value of those portfolio assets to your company or your products? There are two major challenges: One information source (or one access across many sources) Time and […]

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Is pulling your organization’s IP like pulling teeth?

  By Riyon Harding, IBM Executive IP Strategist Manny W. Schecter Chief Patent Counsel for IBM Corporation Mark Bell, IBM senior IP Strategist Many organizations suffer from lack of time and resources to get anything other than the supercritical accomplished – and often through super hero efforts at that. With the constant pressures to do […]

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