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BY MARTIN SCHWEIGER
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We concluded the 1st World Robot Patent Drafting Symposium in September 2022 with grand success. We did not record the sessions because we wanted the participants to be able to speak out without fear of their comments firing back at them at a later time.
Instead, we have now compiled the most relevant facts and thoughts into a Whitepaper. But the insights were so much that it became an entire White Book instead.
If you missed participating in the event then this is another opportunity for you to catch up with what all the serious patent drafting robot manufacturers of this world presented at the event.
The 1st World Robot Patent Drafting Symposium, one of the most focused and exclusive events in the IP industry, took place in September 2022
Over 2 days, 6 sessions, 17 speakers, over 10 hours …
The White Book is not just a summary of what happened during the conference. It also is a state-of-the-art reference for manufacturers and users of automated patent drafting tools.
This part lists and explains key terms that are frequently used in the area of automated patent drafting.
I share my experience about my years of manual patent drafting and of programming and using automated tools for drafting patent applications.
Whether you are new to automated patent drafting technology or you are a long-time user, this section will answer the unasked/unthought questions
We collate, best to our knowledge, key information about the industry, key players, their key features, and leave the comparison to you.
The Symposium was organised along the structure of Edward de Bono's 'Six Thinking Hats'. So there was a place for every opinion, we have even fostered arguments and facts against automated patent drafting.
What does the future hold for the industry? I believe there is plenty to be optimistic about, but there are also pitfalls that we need to overcome.
Do not miss out the next big thing in the IP area.
Automated patent drafting will change the area of Intellectual Property.
If you purchase this book which is one of our premium products, you have full access to the closed “Robot Patent Drafting Q&A Forum” on www.ip-lawyer-tools.com. You can post about your experiences there and discuss with other RPD users, including RPD software manufacturers.
Even our normal members do not get access to this. This is valued over €180.
If you have attended the conference, you know how this can benefit you as an artifact of our collaborative learning. You might not have captured all the questions and essence but this book has all this for you. Come back and read it every now to fine tune your strategies of entering the area of automated patent drafting.
If you did not attend the conference, all the more do I recommend that you buy this book. This is €276 for the outcome of 10 hours discussion of wisdom, insights, and experiences of 17 speakers with knowledge about the area of automated patent drafting. We are early adopters in an area that will become crucial for our profession.
How easy is a tool to use?
What is the pricing strategy so that users can break even on buying the tool?
AI can do boring drafting tasks, but can it generate claims and replace an attorney?
How do you deal with data confidentiality when training a model?
How can machines and humans work together for the best outcome?
Does it help smaller clients?
What is the future for patent attorneys with RPD?
Do tools really save time, or create more complexity and work?
What is your experience with these tools?
Firms are resistant because of compliance about data not leaving cloud provider jurisdictions. How to deal with this?
For defensive publications on a massive scale, is there adequate public disclosure if output is not humanly readable despite being machine searchable?
How much of a difference will standards make in growing the market or helping the early adoption of this technology?
How do you measure the quality of the tool?
Who is the right customer in terms of early user adoption
Why are existing templates useful?
What if you lose the uniqueness of your own work
How to explain to clients that you have their best interests at heart, despite using RPD?
Will this technology wipe out our profession?
This simply refers to the 1st World Robot Patent Drafting Symposium organized on September 23-24, 2022, in Cannes on-site and also virtually. You can refer to the event website here ip-lawyer-tools.com/rpdc2022/
The Symposium united all serious manufacturers of patent drafting software at one table, plus known users of such software, for discussing where we are today and where that area is going during the upcoming years.
Below here, you can see who spoke at the Symposium. Most of the Speakers are practitioners in the area of patent drafting, so they know about what they are talking.
The Robot Patent Drafting Symposium was organized around Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats. By doing this, of course we cover all aspects of robot patent drafting.
The 6 hats have helped us identify the hopes and challenges from different viewpoints. Click on the hats for more details.
Difficulties, dangers, risks, worries, and such. Critical judgement and logical reasoning. Identify bottlenecks, shortcomings and problems.
Only the right thoughts for the ongoing discussions are talked about. Moderators wear this hat, organizing thoughts and making action plans.
About facts and the information that is available at present. Identifying missing pieces of information and discuss how to get them.
Positive impacts of robot patent drafting on the industry and users of the patent system. Supported by facts and logical reasoning.
Intuitions, emotions, and even hunches not backed by facts. Open discussions without any reasoning, and can even become religious or political.
New ideas and creative thinking to make robot patent drafting better. Creates solutions to the problems raised by Black Hat and other sessions.
Addressed to any IP professional who is involved in patent drafting, in any capacity, around the world.
I believe the book will be useful…
I have already written above but here are some final key points I want to focus on:
I am looking forward to sending you my White Book. You will like it, promised!
Martin SchweigerOrganizer of the Robot Patent Drafting Symposium
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