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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

13.30-14.30 hrs
Room: Royal
The CPC as a search tool - mind the gap(s)
Dieter Geiß, FIZ Karlsruhe / STN International

The Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) has been established as a high precision search tool for accessing world-wide patent literature since its launch in 2013. However, expert users need to be aware of the less obvious limitations related to coverage gaps, timeliness and reclassification issues (invalid codes). This session will provide guidelines how to overcome these limitations in the various STN databases such as CAplus, DWPI and INPADOC, and how to make the most of the CPC.


13.30-14.30 hrs
Room: Rila
Artificial intelligence for patent search and patent offices
Hannes Toivanen, Teqmine Analytics Ltd

TEQMINE's AI solution allows you to search with natural language descriptions and forget about clumsy and work-intensive keyword or classification searches.

TEQMINE Patent Similarity is currently modelling 15 million full-text patent descriptions and offers instant discovery delivered as a software-as-a-service. We want AI to empower people to work outside their comfort zone, companies to re-organise innovation processes, and accelerate discovery and examination procedures at patent offices.

The session will showcase:

  • Patent similarity solution for patent offices: AI assisted prior-art search solution with integration to EPOQUENET.
  • Patent similarity service - SaaS.
  • Technology scan and landscapes - SaaS

www.teqmine.com


14.45-15.15 hrs
Room: Rila
Semantic enrichment in A&I databases: upcoming developments to
IET Inspec

The Institution of Engineering and Technology

IET Inspec has long been respected as the most authoritative resource for pinpointing important literature across the fields of physics, electronics, computing and engineering. In this talk, the IET discuss the continual improvements, both in coverage and new features that continue to make Inspec the index of choice for over 95% of the world's top engineering departments.

With over 17 million records and 870 000 articles expected to be indexed by the end of 2017 it is more important than ever to ensure content can be indexed quickly and effectively so users can find the results they need, fast. Join us to find out about exciting new developments coming in 2018 that use semantic enrichment and a navigable web of information to allow users to dig deeper into the connected networks of scientific research, derive new insights and identify trends and patterns which were previously locked away.


Wednesday, 8 November 2017

09.00-10.00 hrs
Room: Royal
Minesoft PatBase workshop: optimise the way you search, review and analyse patent literature
Rahman Hyatt, Minesoft

This workshop will showcase the latest additions to PatBase and other Minesoft products. New patent and design data, a sharing platform, Chemical Explorer text mining plus NPL - in addition, the brand new, powerful PatBase Analytics v2.0 enables users to visualise a bird's-eye view of market trends, key competitors, potential business partners and licensing opportunities. Users can customise and create visually appealing reports, including a new 3D landscape, helping effectively communicate patent insights to decision-makers in a boardroom environment.


09.00-10.00 hrs
Room: Rila
Take your research a step further with PatSeer and ProQuest Dialog
ProQuest Dialog 

Analyse your entire collection of scientific research all together, in one place! Within seconds, create charts, graphs, heat maps, thesauri and technology landscapes based on your own customised choice of documents and content.  Do it all on the web-based PatSeer platform, now available from ProQuest. 

Whether you're searching biomedical or engineering literature, patents, dissertations and theses, or news  - PatSeer can analyse, visualise, share and report it in a way that works best for you.  Join ProQuest and PatSeer for this joint workshop where we'll show you how to take your research to the next level.


10.15-11.15 hrs
Room: Rila
PatSeer workshop: attacking the biggest IP analysis challenges with
PatSeer Pro

Gridlogics

Over the last year PatSeer has been leading the innovation curve with new content, enhancements and two new editions - PatSeer Explorer and PatSeer Pro. In this session we will have a live demo of PatSeer Pro and you will be able to learn about how we are helping IP professionals deliver higher value to their stakeholders.

  • What's new in PatSeer since the last EPO conference
  • What is PatSeer's new powerful web-based patent analytics platform - PatSeer Pro and how does it compare to Patent iNSIGHT Pro
  • With unmatched set of tools for professional patent analytics, see how PatSeer Pro is the "go to" solution that combines functionality with flexibility that you just won't find elsewhere
  • What are the latest challenges in patent analysis and how is PatSeer Pro is helping you meet them
  • What to expect - learn more about the new value added content and functionality that is upcoming in the next couple of months

10.15-11.15 hrs
Room: Royal
Accurate and timely legal status through prosecution and litigation data
Mihnea Hanganu, Darts-ip

Patent prosecution and litigation data brings a whole new dimension to patent analysis.

Darts-ip is the only source for global, up-to-date, and clean patent case law data.

In this session we will show you how to:

  • know if a patent is being challenged anywhere in the world
  • learn on what basis a patent has been invalidated
  • find out what are the most litigious patents in a certain field
  • identify what NPEs are active in a certain field
  • use our claim construction tool to understand how claim terms are interpreted regionally
  • get an idea of the damages paid to owners of infringed patents.

11.30-12.30 hrs
Room: Rila
Improve your patent search quality using semantic and machine-learning algorithms
Matthias Pötzl, octimine technologies GmbH


11.30-12.30 hrs
Room: Royal
Thomson Innovation is now Derwent Innovation - and so much better!
Benno Jensen, Clarivate Analytics

A recent new release of Derwent Innovation saw a dramatic increase in usability for almost all types of patent information users. We now include 'predictive' legal status data, providing calculated metrics to help our customers gauge the health of inventions and patent families. This includes availability of new fields like the dead/alive indicator and fields for estimated expiration and remaining life.

The new data and fields offer a whole range of new possibilities for the patent searcher, which we will discuss and explore in this workshop. We will also highlight other major recent additions and enhancements to our flagship patent research tools - Derwent Innovation, Derwent Data Analyzer and Derwent World Patents Index - and show how we continue to develop and invest in our tools with exciting new content and features under development.


13.30-18.30 hrs
Room: Rila
LexisNexis IP Solutions
‘Reimagined & recharged’

Have a relaxed look at the future of patent search 


13.30-14.30 hrs
Room: Royal
Google Patents for power users
Ian Wetherbee, Google


14.45-15.45 hrs
Room: Royal
Artificial intelligence for patent information and translation
John Tinsley, Iconic Translation Machines

Over the last five years at the EPO Patent Information Conference, we have given an introductory seminar on how machine translation (MT) technology actually works. This typically includes an update on technology advances in the previous period. What's different this year is that between November 2016 and 2017 we have seen a quantum leap in terms of the advancement of technology with the advent of Neural Machine Translation - the incorporation of deep artificial intelligence into the translation process.

In this seminar, we'll give an overview of what Neural Machine Translation is, how it works, and the impact it has had in the short term on translation technology. We'll also take a look at what the longer term impact of this technology will be, particularly when it comes to patent information. Much more than that, artificial intelligence and machine learning have a much bigger part to play patent information aside from just translation. We will introduce some projects in Iconic - such as the development of ChemZent in collaboration with Chemical Abstracts Service - that have used this technology not only for translation, but also information identification, extraction, and fielding.


16.00-17.00 hrs
Room: Royal
Accurate and timely legal status through prosecution and litigation data
Mihnea Hanganu, Darts-ip

Patent prosecution and litigation data brings a whole new dimension to patent analysis.

Darts-ip is the only source for global, up -to -date, and clean patent case law data.

In this session we will show you how to:

  • know if a patent is being challenged anywhere in the world
  • learn on what basis a patent has been invalidated
  • find out what are the most litigious patents in a certain field
  • identify what NPEs are active in a certain field
  • use our claim construction tool to understand how claim terms are interpreted regionally
  • get an idea of the damages paid to owners of infringed patents. 

Thursday, 9 November 2017

09.00-10.30 hrs
Room: Royal
Semantic patent and document searching for the life sciences
Klaus Heumann, CEO Biomax Informatics AG

The effective mining of patent information depends on the semantic representation of large, diverse complex datasets. Knowledge management has emerged as the best way to address this challenge, especially in the life sciences. 

Biomax Informatics has developed a disruptive semantic data integration and knowledge management environment which can save users time and costs.

The seminar will illustrate how Biomax solutions enable users to

  1. Integrate and manage large volumes of patent data, news feeds and associated scientific information
  2. Mine patent space using text, genetic and molecular data (DNA/RNA/protein sequences, chemical structures) and related information from a variety of other sources
  3. Provide an enhanced view of the science and patent landscape by combining IP and scientific information and facilitating the timely detection of significant, IP-relevant changes

11.15-12.15 hrs
Room : Royal
Title to be announced
Ian Wetherbee, Google