Portfolio Analysis, Eou, Landscaping

AI Patents - Evidence of Use

AI Patents supports companies in finding EoU

AI Patents can support you in finding EoU for different purposes:

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You are looking for possible infringements of your patents by a particular product of a competitor (for example to counter-assert, counter-sue)

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You want to know possible infringements of your patents by multiple/all products of a competitor (for example as preparation for cross-license negotiations)

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You are looking for possible infringements of your patents by a category of products of several or all of your competitors (for example to identify licensing-out opportunities)

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In principle, AI Patents can run your patents against any collection of product descriptions for whatever purpose you may have

AI Patents supports companies in finding EoU

The description of a product/technology can be a short description made by the customer, a product manual, a webpage, a scientific article or any other type of document 

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Use a description of a product/technology of a competitor company as a database

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AI Patents conducts a search using the full own patent portfolio against this description

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Results provide ranking of patents based on relevancy to the input description

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Company use results to identify likely infringed patents by a competitor

Case study 1:
EoU based on competitor’s product description

1. In the following example, we use a competitor’s product description. This case presents Fonepal product of IBM.

2. The goal is to find our patents which read on the competitor product using the product description free-text. 

IBM’s Fonepal Product Description
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Results of the search
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Insights

1. Not surprising, IBM’s patents at the top.

2. Additionally, patents of AT&T, Microsoft and other companies were found relevant, and which require further investigation.

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