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AI And The Future Of Law Practice

Expert Guide, Intellectual Property 2021. By Bao Tran - Corporate LiveWire

The local services account for about $1 trillion globallly, according to Rob Toes in his Forbes article "AI Will Transform The Field Of Law." However, the industry is notoriously slow to innovate. From the paper chase days where law students and junior associates would spend hours reading case law volumes in the library to locate winning precedents, the industry has since progressed to online searches from legal database firms.

Meanwhile, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has stormed the world and compelled many industrial digital transformations. While AI has not affected the legal industry as much as the automotive industry, progress can be found in specific applications auch as contract reviews where AI and natural language processing (NLP) technology analyse documents to highlight potentially problematic contractual terms....

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ThePatentOffice Donates Patent Services for Innovative Inventions to Stop Covid-19


To encourage innovative solutions against COVID-19, ThePatentOffice announces grants on patent application preparation fees in support of up to ten top ideas that address shortages in medical supplies, diagnostics, telemedicine, and treatments.

As the world scrambles to handle the huge wave of COVID-19 infections, urgent needs arise for medical supplies, diagnostics, and treatments. Shortages of such supplies are plaguing hospitals and care-givers, putting the lives of patients and medical professionals at risk..

ThePatentOffice supports the fight against COVID-19 and encourages every-day citizens to apply their ingenuity to this global pressing problem. To support innovative solutions in this trying time, until May 5, 2020, we will provide grants covering patent preparation professional fees for up to ten best ideas that solve shortages in medical supplies, diagnostics, telemedicine, and treatments. We also recommend that inventors download and use free provisional patent application filing software at Inventiv.org, a 501c3 non-profit, which can supplement inventor help resources and other publications at the USPTO. Inventors can also view "how-to" videos at our Youtube Channel that answer basic questions such as how to patent an idea, how to patent a product, how much does a patent cost, what is a patent, how to patent, and how to search patents, among others.

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