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WIPO develops AI translation tool
31 October 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Barney Dixon
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) has unveiled a new artificial intelligence-based translation tool for patent documents...
IP Summit: Patent protection will boost IoT
13 October 2016 | London | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Companies investing in the so-called internet of things (IoT) will regain revenue from patent protection, according to panelists speaking at the 2016 London IP Summit...
Telecomms giants ease licensing
14 September 2016 | Texas | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Industry leading telecommunications innovators have joined together for the first time to create a single licence to standard essential patents for the so-called ‘internet of things’...
Google Patents adds seven patent offices
01 September 2016 | Mountain View | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
China enters top 25 for innovation
16 August 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Alice dominates patenting
15 June 2016 | London | Reporter: Tammy Facey
Nvidia and Samsung lay down swords
04 May 2016 | California | Reporter: Tammy Facey
Australian universities adhere to new principles
12 April 2016 | Sydney | Reporter: Tammy Facey
US continues to lead PCT filings , says WIPO
18 March 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Tammy Facey
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