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When you find the solution to a problem, you want to believe that you are the first, it is your idea, and you own all the rights and associated benefits.
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Gene editing, fully autonomous markets and interactive 3D touch may sound like the plot of a sci-fi movie, but the future is now. Here are the five innovations we’re most looking forward to seeing in 2018.
By: Devin Salmon, Patent Analyst, IP.com
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By: Sam Baxter, Chief Technology Officer, IP.com
Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer a plot point in futuristic sci-fi novels and films. In many aspects of our lives, machines are increasingly performing tasks previously handled by human intelligence.
By: Caitlyn Tuzzolino, Marketing Director, IP.com
While I was recently visiting my family in Charleston, South Carolina, there was one thing that made my young cousins extremely excited each morning. It wasn’t breakfast or cartoons. It was a tiny toy that created mystery and enchantment: The Elf on the Shelf.