Sakari Arvela (IP Rally), Thomas Freitag (Melexis), Jeremy Kriegel (Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP)
Various forms of artificial intelligence (AI) have already changed many industries, and have had an increased impact on our daily life in the past few years. The patent space is clearly in the early stages of such a transformation as well, and traditionally labour-intensive processes may now be supported by (more or less) intelligent software.
However, there are many different types of AI, and there are a lot of different use cases for AI in our industry. What to use, when to use it, and how these tools can be reliable aids may not always be obvious.
In this session, IPRally will share best practices learned from customers, focusing on three specific processes:
How AI can be leveraged to find prior art for the purpose of invalidating a specific patent, or groups of patents.
How AI can be used to help you understand your invention and to identify potential hurdles to patenting it.
Guided patent drafting
How AI can assist in an iterative patent drafting process, to help create better claims faster, and help you avoid a few office actions.
Hear from IPRally and some of its customers about how the firm is using AI in its systems to improve these processes.