Artificial Intelligence is a way of making a computer, a computer-controlled robot, or a software think intelligently, in the similar manner the intelligent humans think. AI is accomplished by studying how human brain thinks, and how humans learn, decide, and work while trying to solve a problem, and then using the outcomes of this study as a basis of developing intelligent software and systems. Artificial intelligence is a science and technology based on disciplines such as Computer Science, Biology, Psychology, Linguistics, Mathematics, and Engineering. A major thrust of AI is in the development of computer functions associated with human intelligence, such as reasoning, learning, and problem solving. Out of the following areas, one or multiple areas can contribute to build an intelligent system.
Founder of TurboPatent
Formerly known as Patent Navigation, TurboPatent has an experienced team led by co-founders Billmaier and Charles Mirho. Billmaier was previously CEO of Melodeo, a cloud-based media platform company that sold to HP in 2010. He also teamed up with Paul Allen in 1999 to launch home-entertainment technology company Digeo, which was eventually sold in 2009 to ARRIS Group Inc. Mirho, meanwhile, is a patent law veteran, having worked as a patent counsel at Intel and later as a managing partner of a patent law firm. He also has a computer science degree from Rutgers.
Brief about TurboPatents
TurboPatent, which raised $1.4 million in funding earlier this year, focuses on corporations and law firms, automating tasks like formatting or document preparation, for example, freeing up people to work on more complex, high-value work. The service is designed to cut costs, save time and lead to more accurate patent documentation. Seattle startup TurboPatent is releasing a pair of new products designed to improve the patent application process, with help from artificial intelligence.
Turbo’s New Products
The new products are called RoboReview and RapidResponse. RoboReview uses AI and predictive analytics to automatically analyze and review draft patent applications. The company says this will reduce to seconds a process that can normally take several people multiple days to complete. RapidResponse helps speed up office actions, written correspondence between an applicant and patent examiner during the application process.
Like any procedures that involves people, the review process is subject to human error. TurboPatent automates the most tedious amd time-consuming part of the process which drastically cuts down on likelihood of potential issues going unnoticed. That leaves humans to decide whether or not tyo submit a patent and if so what alteration have to be made.