Webinar: Three pillars for success in using AI for patent searches

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Join Managing IP and CAS for a webinar on September 26 at 10am ET / 3pm BST / 4pm CET to discuss the exciting opportunities that AI offers for revolutionising patent searches. Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the world by revolutionising fields as diverse as healthcare, automobiles, and finance – and patent offices are no different. CAS recently worked with the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) of Brazil to successfully develop an AI solution for prior art searches. The solution CAS and INPI developed cut examination times in half, reduced search times by more than 75% for applications processed, and contributed to an 80% reduction in the office’s patent backlog. Now, the CAS team have partnered with MIP to share their lessons learned and discuss the opportunities for leveraging AI in patent searches. Join Jen Sexton, director of CAS Custom Solutions, and Jeffrey Wilson, senior manager of data science for CAS, as they discuss the INPI Brazil project and share key insights into selecting the right AI solution for your own patent searches. During this webinar, CAS’ experts will share the three key pillars companies must be aware of to successfully integrate AI in their IP strategy: • How the right data improves AI performance and yields higher-quality outcomes; • Which types of algorithms can help you generate the most relevant search results; and • Why leveraging human expertise alongside technology will improve your AI performance. Register here to join CAS’ webinar on the three key considerations for AI and patent searches.

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