The third Cambridge Information and IP Meeting takes place on 11th July with a theme of ‘Innovation, Valuation and Licensing’. New for this year are two workshops from two software developers who will be demonstrating novel technologies for information gathering and analysis.
Cambridge Information and IP Meeting features two new workshops
Deep Search 9 from Germany’s black forest enables us to mine the deep web for competitive intelligence. CFL Software brings a novel approach for rapidly finding patents of interest developed from computational linguistics techniques.
The Cambridge Information and IP Meeting takes place on 11th July at Homerton College in Cambridge.
On the IP side, speakers provide insights into patent, technology and know-how licensing, IP valuation, IP audit, and IP insurance. On the information side, the speaker illustrates the use of information for business intelligence purposes, and highlights techniques for successful patentability and freedom to operate searching.
The organisers say: "We are delighted to introduce for 2018 two workshops. They take place in the morning before the main programme. Join us early to meet two software providers, both introduce new search technologies. Deep Search 9 from the Germany’s black forest enables us to mine the deep web for competitive and technology intelligence. CFL Software brings its computational linguistics software into the patent search space.
"The two workshops are interactive, bring your laptop or tablet ideally. Both companies will be at the meeting in the afternoon for follow-up questions and discussions.
Workshop 1 : 10.00 - 12.00 Build your own competitive intelligence Tracker with ds9. Presented by Klaus Kater, Managing Director, Deep Search 9 GmbH
Workshop 2: 11.00 - 12.30 Why can I believe this? Using automation to support FTO and Invalidity searching with Patent Reader and SpanMatch from CFL Software Limited. Presented by David Woolls, Chief Technology Officer, CFL Software Limited
Register for the meeting and a workshop through Eventbrite.
The Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM) was founded by Jane List and Stuart Newbold. CIIPM hosts an annual meeting and provides training in the IP matters and information search and analysis. The CIIPM annual meeting provides an opportunity for knowledge sharing for those engaged with the commercialisation of technologies using intellectual property, and those needing information to make legal and commercial decisions.