PIUG 2017 Annual Conference Presentations – May 2017
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Patent Office Workshops
EPO Online Products Roadshow Introduction, Nigel Clarke, European Patent Office
EPO Roadshow Search Find Watch, Nigel Clarke, European Patent Office
4th EPO-USPTO CPC Annual Meeting with Industry Users, Nigel Clarke, European Patent Office
Monday, May 22, 2017
Keynote Address: Goals, Tasks, and Information Retrieval, Nicholas Belkin, Rutgers University
Search Technology: Patent Information from Our Vantage Point [Emerald Sponsor Presentation – Search Technology], Nils Newman, Search Technology
Finessing Patent Related Information – Utilizing New Resources Using "Old School" Techniques, Barbara Miller, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR)
Machine Translation of Patents. Here to Stay?, Jane List, Extract Information Limited, and Editor-in-Chief World Patent Information
Quick Automation or Laborious Manual Tagging – Finding the Right Balance, Andrea Davis
Bringing Clarity to your IPR+D Search and Intelligence through Right Combination of Technology and Human Expertise [Emerald Sponsor Presentation – Evalueserve], Anoop Sankar, Evalueserve
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Neural Networks: What Does All of This Have to Do With Patent Analytics?, Srinivasan Parthiban, Parthys Reverse Informatics
Single Pass Numerical Matching – a Linguistic Solution to Numerical Searching, David Woolls, CFL Software Limited
Finding Formulations: Challenges and Opportunities, Matthew McBride, ScienceIP (CAS)
PATENTSCOPE Functionalities, Iustin Diaconescu, WIPO
Prior Art Searches at Various Levels of Product Pyramid – A Startup Perspective, Vivek Doulatani, Ather Energy Pvt. Ltd
Patent Information Analysis for Creating New Business, Jo Sagawa, AsahiKASEI Corporation
Back to the Future – Where Clarivate Analytics Has Been and Where We're Headed [Sapphire Sponsor Presentation – Clarivate Analytics], Bob Stembridge and Daniel Videtto, Clarivate Analytics
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Timelines: A Visualization Option for FTO Analysis Built with BizInt Smart Charts and Visio 2-Visualisation Tools [Sapphire Sponsor Presentation – BizInt], Gregory Roland, Novartis, and Matt Eberle, BizInt
Modern Semantic Search – Similarity Search in Patents via Deep Learning, Sumeet Sandhu, Elementary IP
Auto-identification of High Emergence Patents, Alan Porter, Search Technology
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Neural Networks: What Does All of this Have to do with Patent Analytics?, Parthiban Srinivasan, Parthys Reverse Informatics
The Enhaced Patent Quality Initiative and Search: A Brief Timeline with Options for the Future, Robert Grantham, Reveal-IP LLC
Winning the Game of Cat and Mouse: Helping IP Searchers Find Elusive Patents [Sapphire Sponsor Presentation – STN], Brian Sweet, STN
Industry 4.0 and the Role of Patent Information in Innovation: EPO Perspective, Nigel Clarke, European Patent Office
National IPR Policy of India and Its Implementation, Raj Hirwani, CSIR-URDIP
Study on the Effectiveness of "A SWOT Analysis", Tsutomu (Ben) Kiriyama, Raytec Ltd.
Patent Analysis and Visualization: An Update on Challenges and Opportunities, Nils Newman, Search Technology
Next-Generation Semantic Mapping and Landscaping, James Durkin, IP.com
USPTO Update, Jessica Patterson, USPTO
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Jumpstart: IP Quarrying for R&D, Kris Atkinson, A/A Patent Investigations
Seeing Our Work Through Other Eyes: Talking to Engineers About Patents and Patent Information, Cathy Chiba, Dauratus Research
A Real Patent Searcher Should Perform Beyond Just a Patent Searcher, Rong Yang, Allergan
Soft Skills, Neglected Features in a Hardcore Technical Environment, Bodil Hasling, Danish Patent and Trademark Office
GTMI: Engage, Leverage, Accelerate, Ben Wang, Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute
Fast, Free, and Available: A Shunpiker's Road to NPL Databases & Grey Lit in the Library and Online, Barbara J. Hampton, RedLine Information Services
Handouts, Barbara J. Hampton, RedLine Information Services
Locating Unconventional Prior Art, Ron Kaminecki, Questel
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