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Why Patentskart?

Our State of the art search helps validate the potential of an idea by giving you an overview of the existing Art in a particular technology.

The study helps to identify new avenues for research and development. It's a comprehensive collection search for the patents.

Our state of the Art search provides a technical breakdown of the key patents in the technology of interest, along with insights into the latest developments in technology, key players, and market trends.

At PatentsKart, State of the art search service, we sufficiently narrow the surface area to be covered and go in-depth to answer some specific questions proposed by the business, R&D, or legal team regarding a particular technology.

Our search and analysis experts engage with you in a number of critical instances that call for your particular attention and expertise. A State of the Art patent search is identical to the patent landscape where both help guide strategies and give client a competitive edge over other market players and have a broad scope that includes a comprehensive search and review of all patent and non-patent literature in the chosen segment of the client.

We encourage all business plans to be driven by an Intellectual Property strategy as we can’t formulate an IP strategy without executing an adequate State of the Art search. A State of the Art search also permits an organization to define their current competitors, possible partners, study past work in the appropriate technology, arising development learnings, and existing opportunities or threats to their business.

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Benefits of Our State of Art search

Detailed information

Every patent applicant must express their invention distinctly and entirely such that a person with traditional skills in the right technical field may imitate it. As providing insufficient disclosures can result in the denial of a patent application, applicants confirm they do not skip out on grabbing any information. Therefore, innovators can find exact information in patent documents.

Systematic Classification

Unlike other repositories of documents, Patents are organized based on their technology sites. Such technological categories make exploring relevant prior art documents incredibly manageable. For illustration, databases of organizations such as the USPTO AND WIPO use the IPC code to separate patent documents based on their technology area. Thus, you can find all the pertinent data related to your creation if you are familiar with these systems.

Easy Access

With the start of the digital age, keeping and regaining information has become comfortable. Thus, every country holds a patent database to place documents related to inventions with a license or under consideration. Innovators can efficiently use this information to search for prior arts.

Up-to-Date Data

Usually, companies do not publicize their R&D work in scientific publications or other bulletins to prevent the outflow of important data. However, most of these companies are willing to display their invention after reserving a patent as it offers them a monopoly for a distinct period.

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Joining a New Field
Before entering a new field, a State of Art Search should be done to get a precise picture of the latest results and the field areas sought earlier.
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Locating out Research Direction
A State of the Art search can be valuable for organizations already engaged in a particular area to decide the most appropriate future path

When Do you need a State of Art Search required?

The State of Art search is applicable in two situations:

  • When you want to decide the research direction;
  • Upon joining a new fie

Objectives of Our State of the Art search

There are two significant possibilities when a state of the art search is carried out:

Want to have an overview of the existing Art in a particular technology?

We will Answer your Questions, Scope your Project and Ensure Quality Results

Types of State of Art Search

State of the art searches takes four forms- Novelty search Validity search, Clearance search Landscape searches.
Novelty search

A novelty search helps the creator determine if the invention is new before the creator dedicates the resources required to get a patent and before an originator files a patent application.

Validity search

A validity search is accomplished after patent issues, the objective of which is to find prior art that the patent office ignored. These can be good for competitors who challenge the validity of a granted patent.

Clearance search

A clearance search is a search of issued patents to notice if a given product or process infringes on someone else’s existing or pending patent(s).

Landscape search

A landscape search delivers a high-level view of the technology space. It is usually conducted to comprehend the lay of the land when joining a new technological area, including current trends in technology, competitors, filing activity, and white-space or adjoining technologies.

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FAQ's

State of the Art search (SOA) directs to information already existing in the domain of public, patent, scientific literature, or any existent product. The state-of-the-art investigation is conducted to attain a broad view of a particular technology area. Relying on interest, this search type can protect patents worldwide or from a specific geographical area. These searches are comprehensive but not as wide as a landscape study, which often handles a lot of surfaces but seldom goes in-depth. In a state-of-the-art search, our company adequately narrows the surface area to be covered and go in-depth to answer specific questions business, R&D, or legal teams pose concerning a particular technology. An SOA search aims to have a bird’ eye view of the present standing of a distinct technology area. 

The main reasons behind getting a State of the Art Search/Collection search done are:

  • To identify state-of-art of technology
  • To generate ideas for R&D
  • To reduce significantly R&D investment
  • To develop new technical solutions to problems
  • To evaluate specific technology
  • To update recent technological trends

A Machine Learning algorithm is a method of interpreting data. A neural network is an algorithm that gives information the same way a human brain does. For example, a neural system can glance at images and identify certain elements, like pixel colors, and set them according to their appearance.

Neural networks are created up of nodes. A node is an individual assessment where an algorithm demonstrates the significance of input data. The totality of that data is then passed through the activation function, which ends what, if anything, is done with the product.

Consequently, neural network technology is more helpful to organizations large and small, addressing it as a top target for intellectual property protection. 

Machine learning has come to a usable form, from simplistic practice designation to hitting top professionals. Machine learning is a phrase that contains algorithms that use statistics to find and use patterns in digitally saved data, such as words, images, and numbers, etc.

Apart from the ethical and moral matters enclosing this technology, it is essential to hover the subject of the protection of inventions developed through this technology. Like how individuals learn to find ways from a given data set, the machine combines the data provided and ultimately considers models and forms plans. While traditional programming possibilities with a group of instructions involve data to create the desired output, the computer is left to examine the preexisting outcome to develop a set of instructions to apply to the wanted data on its own in machine learning.

Patentability of Machine Learning Inventions and Neural Networks

The utilization of our problem is the application of this technology for imagination. Machine learning and neural networks have evolved widespread among scientists to formulate their inventions.

This technology has especially become successful in medicine and pharmacology, where a new class of diagnoses, procedures, and medications are being developed by machines or with the help of such devices. With the advances in neural networks, creativity will only increase.

Machine learning algorithms themselves are patentable beneath being analytical techniques. This means that inventions that use the algorithm to create a pattern or a combination of values for specific variables for creation cannot be patented.

Here are the best measures you should abide by to do a patent search via the USPTO or other online patent search tools –

1. Keyword brainstorm

You can initiate your patent search by picking a suitable keyword if the patent search instrument you are utilizing offers more advanced search features such as semantic search. Such features may help determine your search purpose and deliver you with the most authentic search results.

2. Find the appropriate CPC classification using your keyword

Once you find the CPC type that is most suitable for your invention, you can explore deeper and search for the patent documents identical to your creativity.

3. Explore the patent documents of both issued patents and published patent applications with the most suitable CPC classification you earlier recognized.

When using other online patent search tools to direct a global patent search, you will uncover that many of them will equip you with both the connected issued patents and the published patent applications within one search. In addition, you can fast check down your search scope for more precise results with advanced filters.

4. Dig more in-depth for more related patents by using the sources of the prior art of the many appropriate patents from your search.

Once you have discovered the most similar patent applications and issued patents, you can expand your search scope by examining their forward and backward sources. Again, glancing through the sources and the prior art layer by layer can help you get the most comprehensive results.

 

5. Repetition of the process to dig deeper and broaden your search scope.

To widen your search scope, glancing into the non-US patents and non-patent literature in other authoritarian patent offices is essential.