For many years Boolean Logic has been the gold standard for searching for patents and invention disclosures, and for some it still is. But as every patent professional knows, Boolean Logic, as good as it is, has significant limitations. Indeed, relevant content necessary to make accurate evaluations can often be excluded from even the most intensive searches.
Enter artificial intelligence (AI), which dramatically simplifies the process, reduces the time, and improves the accuracy of finding IP. Since its inception, AI has rapidly advanced, growing beyond the capabilities of basic search engine tools. Today, AI provides powerful ways to quickly visualize and analyze complex data sets and yields actionable insights never previously possible.
On Tuesday, May 3, 2022, at 12 PM ET, please join Joe Manico, Research Scientist at Kodak Alaris, Jim Durkin, Senior Product Manager at IP.com, Tony Christopher, Success Engineer at IP.com, and moderator John White, President & CEO of PCT Learning Center, for a conversation that will be of special interest to companies who are looking to leverage the latest AI technology to power their IP workflows.
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