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Category: semantic patent search


Landscape Profile: What Semantic Search Reveals About Protective Headgear

Football fans are all too familiar with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The number of National Football League (NFL) players diagnosed in the last decade has skyrocketed, and even Hollywood is bringing CTE to the forefront of our cultural landscape with movies like Concussion. Former, deceased players such as Frank Gifford and Junior Seau donated their brains for definitive CTE diagnosis and research, and thousands of former players have already received their payouts from the NLF as part of an on-going lawsuit. Neurodegenerative disorders sequela to CTE include amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and even Alzheimer’s disease, with even more certain to appear on the horizon.

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Categories: advanced patent search, patent analysis, patent filing trends, patent search, patent semantics, patent strategy, semantic patent search, technology forecasts


M&A Due Diligence: A Look at the Skullcandy Patent Portfolio

Skullcandy is in the news due to an acquisition bid by Incipio that was quickly followed by private equity firm, Mill Road Capital. Learn what is in the Skullcandy patent portfolio that might be part of the $177 million offers.

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Categories: advanced patent search, due diligence software, intellectual property management, ip strategies, litigation strategy, mergers and acquisitions, patent analysis, patent filing trends, patent portfolio analysis, patent search, patent semantics, patent strategy, patent visualization tools, patents, semantic patent search, technology forecasts


Custom 4D Visualizations Are Going to Change How You Look at Patent Data

The Innography Team is thrilled to present our newest features and enhancements to Advanced Analysis. We continue to support our power and business users with functionality that creates efficiencies in their intellectual property search and analysis workflows and communicates discovered insights effectively.

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Categories: advanced patent search, big data, intellectual property management, patent analysis, patent portfolio analysis, patent search, patent semantics, patent visualization tools, patents, semantic patent search


Top 5 Patent Search Blog Posts of the Year

A year ago, our customers asked for more content that would help them improve the efficiency of their IP operations, from best practices in search techniques to helping their entire organizations utilize patent data to make strategic decisions. Our year-end round up includes tips from some of the most popular blog posts of the year.

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Categories: patent analysis, patent portfolio analysis, patent search, semantic patent search


New Patent Shows Our Distinct Innovation Approach

Innography's fourth US patent 9,069,853 was issued on June 30 for “System and method of goal-oriented searching.” The patent’s title underscores Innography’s product development approach: We start with the user goals, then we design software to allow them to quickly and easily achieve their goals.

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Categories: open innovation, patent filing trends, patent search, patent strategy, semantic patent search


Why is Semantic Search So Important for Patent Searching?

Semantic search is an essential patent search tool because it finds hidden patents that keyword search can miss.

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Categories: advanced patent search, patent search, patent semantics, semantic patent search


Q&A with Gene Quinn from IPWatchdog: The Impact of Alice v. CLS Bank

In the wake of Alice v. CLS Bank, numerous patents have been lost with claims invalidated as being patent ineligible. On the first anniversary of the Alice decision, we sat with Gene to answer some of your burning questions in our webinar: Surviving Alice in the Age of Software Innovation.

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Categories: advanced patent search, industry outlooks, open innovation, patent analysis, semantic patent search


Keyword Patent Searching Part 2

Have you ever found yourself performing an advanced patent search and left scratching your head asking, “How in the world did this patent end up in my data-set?” The English language has over 1,000,000 words, but we still find patents using the same words to describe completely disparate technologies.

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Categories: advanced patent search, competitive intelligence, due diligence software, patent search, patent semantics, patent visualization tools, patents, semantic patent search