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Holovisions U.S. Patent for Context-Driven Search is Approved

23. 04. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

VIRTUAL STRATEGY MAGAZINE: New search engine methodology groups and displays search results by semantic context

Forest Lake, MN (PRWEB) April 19, 2012

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Do, 04/19/2012
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Can big data fix a broken system for software patents?

19. 04. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

GIGAOM: Legal scholars are always searching for ways to improve the U.S. patent system, sometimes via sweeping changes, but big data could help provide a technological fix to a big part of the problem.

The patent system is broken — on that almost everyone agrees. There’s a backlog of applications that results in exorbitant wait times to get a patent issued, and the merit of patents that do get granted is often questionable. If you’re forced to litigate a patent-infringement suit — an increasingly likely scenario – the costs can be crippling.

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So, 03/11/2012
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Google Gets 200+ IBM Patents, Including One for a ‘Semantic Social Network’

05. 01. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

MASHABLE: social networkingGoogle got a late Christmas gift in the form of 217 patents, acquired by way of IBM. While the patents cover a variety of topics, one in particular could give the search giant a new tool for its social network, Google+.

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Mi, 01/04/2012
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Patent removal regretted, but search firm pushes on

03. 11. 2011 by Tassilo Pellegrini

COMPUTERWORLD: SYL Enterprise Search is applying for a US patent as it looks to international markets

The Kiwi firm that has devised an innovative product in the hot area of enterprise search and semantic analysis will regret the passing of the ability to patent software locally. But at least “if the Patents Act [amendment] affects us, it will affect everyone equally,” says Sean Wilson, CEO of SYL Enterprise Search.

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Mo, 10/31/2011
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