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PIUG 2020 Annual Conference Presentations – October 2020

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Abstracts, author biographies, and the full program are available on the Final Program page.

PIUG 2020 Annual Business Meeting presentation (May 2020)

Access the PIUG 2020 Annual Conference Book.

Plenary Presentations

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Does Searching Create Willfulness? A More Interesting Question Following Halo, Tom Otterlee, Siemens Energy

Moving Beyond White Space, Debra L. Banville

Evaluation & Best Practice of Semantic AI Based Prior Art Search Tools; Insights, Pitfalls and Tricks, Linus Wretblad, Uppdragshuset

Workshop: There May be Trouble Ahead; Understanding IP Procedures, the Musical Way (Parts 1 and 2), Stephen Adams, Magister Ltd., UK

Enhancing patent research with Flexible data-driven products, Paul Torpey, Derwent

High Precision Search Techniques in STNext for Formulation Searches, Paul Peters, CAS

Is it Prior Art? Establishing the Publicly Accessible Date, Heather Simmons, University of Georgia School of Law Library

Artificial Intelligence: You Complete Me, Doreen P. Alberts, Theravance Biopharma US, Inc.

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

PATENTSCOPE, A Comprehensive Prior Art Search Tool, Iustin Diaconescu, WIPO

Patent Statistics and Analysis for Competition Monitoring, Johannes Schaaf, EPO

The New WIPO INSPIRE Platform,Mussadiq Hussain, WIPO

Workshop: There May be Trouble Ahead; Understanding IP Procedures, the Musical Way (Parts 1 and 2), Stephen Adams, Magister Ltd., UK

Not Just Duplicates – Challenges in Identifying Non-patent Literature Articles Across Databases, John Willmore, BizInt Solutions

Patent Trends Disrupted – Increasing Confidence in your Patenting Trends Analysis and Visualizations, Yateen Pargaonkar and Edlyn Simmons

Using Advanced Metrics and Visualizations to Identify Key Inventions and Industry Leaders in Patent Landscape Analyses, Skye McClain, Mc2 Research Group LLC

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Forensic Linguistics to Complement AI and Traditional Search Solutions, Peter Fischer, Elute Intelligence

AI and Machine Learning in Patent Search Systems: Friend or Foe?, Brad Buehler and Jonathan Skovholt, Ensemble IP

Framework of Technical Competencies for Search and Examination of Patents, Lutz Mailänder, PCT International Cooperation Division, WIPO

The Impact of Industrial Context on the Patenting Activity of Technology-based Small Businesses, Youngbok Ryu, New Mexico Tech

Overview of AI Innovation in Academia: Recent Development and Collaborations Patterns, Davit Khachatryan, Babson College

Patent Information 4.0: The Future of the Information Professional, Vasheharan (Vashe) Kanesarajah, Derwent

Derwent Whitepaper: The Future of the Patent Research, kindly shared by Vasheharan (Vashe) Kanesarajah, Derwent

Searching for Changes in Technology and Patent Law, Ron Kaminecki

Friday, October 30, 2020

USTPO Workshop: CPC Update and the "Seventh USPTO-EPO CPC Annual Meeting with Industry Users", Christopher Kim, USPTO

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