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Reminder: No Shortcuts to Enablement

Intellectual Property Tags: Amgen v. Sanofi, defensive publication, embodiment, enablement, Intellectual property protection, IP, IP.com, Manual of Patent Examining Procedure, MPEP, patent application, patent claims, patent evaluation, patent examination policy, patent examiner, patent litigation, Prior Art, Robert W. Behr, US Patent and Trademark Office, USPTO

Remember to protect your IP by including sufficient detail about how to build and implement the invention.

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What Do the Olympic Games and Intellectual Property Have in Common?

Intellectual Property Tags: 2018 Winter Olympic Games, competition, competitor, creativity, flame lighting, innovation, Intellectual Property, invent, inventiveness, inventor, IP, IP.com, myth, mythology, Olympic flame, Olympic torch, Olympics, Prometheus, PyeonChang, scientific, South Korea, torch design, torch relay

While the 2018 Winter Olympic Games consume PyeonChang, South Korea, the athletes, and Olympic villagers temporarily residing there, the rest of us only sense a buzz in the back of …

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Nothing Artificial About This Intelligence: AI Meets IP

Artificial Intelligence, Patents Tags: AI, AI Innovation, AI Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Intellectual Property, IP, Neutral Networks, Patent Search, Predictive Analytics

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.

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