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InsideBIGDATA: Big Data Transforms Patent Analysis into Business Strategy

In this special guest feature, Tyron Stading, President and Founder of Innography, provides expert commentary on how organizations can drive more business value from their IP investments through use of big data.


IAM: The rise of big data in managing a patent portfolio

Gartner defines ‘big data’ as “high volume, high velocity, and/or high variety information assets that require new forms of processing to enable enhanced decision making, insight discovery and process optimization”. This is the ‘3Vs’ definition of ‘big data’ and it certainly applies to patent data: the global patent data set today totals over 100 terabytes, with millions of new patent documents and updates made public every week, and the ever-increasing patent data volumes and variety show no signs of slowing down.


Intellectual Property Magazine: Rise of the robots

With autonomous vehicles and self-driving cars on the horizon, Chris Huffines examines how robots are disrupting multiple industries


IPWatchdog: Autonomous robots report shows half of use cases are outside of self-driving car sector

The tech world’s buzz surrounding the topic of autonomous vehicles has been growing in recent years. Major automakers like Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) have announced plans to develop self-driving cars for consumer release within five years. Transportation services company Uber has recently unveiled a fleet of cars with self-driving capabilities, some of which are currently operating in Pittsburgh, PA. As of this January, traditional automakers like Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE:TM) and Robert Bosch GmbH (NSE:BOSCHLTD) held the largest portfolios directed towards autonomous vehicles despite tech industry advances made by Google and Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA).


Law360: 5 Tips For Effective Patent Searching

Thanks to the internet, we have techniques for patent searching that were once unimaginable, bringing mass efficiencies to traditional patent search and analysis processes. For attorneys today, greater access to online information has increased the value of counselors to their clients, providing rich opportunities to forge deeper relationships. It has also increased the challenge of filtering through the noise and irrelevant search results that can drag down patent filing procedures and dive up costly disputes and litigation.