Hot Topics in Tech | October 2018 Newsletter | Maxval

This article provides a brief overview of the role of the autonomous nervous system in managing hypertension and describes various techniques related to neurostimulation. Patents revealing various energy-based techniques for neurostimulation, and devices related thereto which are available in the market are also presented. It also highlights various sectors where artificial intelligence (AI) powered robots are employed in, and focuses on two major industries a) agriculture and b) retail. Key players in this technology along with the tech categorization of their patent portfolio are charted out, and some exemplary patents in both agriculture and retail are illustrated.

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MaxVal Releases Next Generation Patent Prosecution and Business Decision Tool, symphony® AI

MaxVal announces symphony® AI, the most advanced patent prosecution tool available on the market. It leverages the Salesforce Lightning architecture to integrate public and private data into a unique solution that provides decision guidance, predictions, and unprecedented insight into clients’ portfolios. symphony® AI’s intelligent analytics module recommends prosecution and portfolio management strategies. It also provides a robust set of dashboards, cost projection tools, and self-service analytics to simplify the portfolio review process and deliver actionable business intelligence across an entire portfolio. symphony® AI is available as part of MaxVal’s symphony® cloud-based platform or as a stand-alone module compatible with any IP

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MaxVal Releases Max-IDS™ 4.0.2

MaxVal announces the latest upgrade to its information disclosure statement software, Max-IDS™, version 4.0.2. This new version includes multiple enhancements and new features, including: Enhanced, high-speed import process for citations and non-patent literature, which eliminates manual effort and thereby reduces data entry errors. New reference aging system helps avoid  Patent Term Adjustment (PTA) delays and supplemental IDS fees. Expanded authentication and integration capabilities simplify deployment, eliminate password complexity for users and enhances connectivity with docketing systems. Updated user-friendly dashboards, reports and alerts ensure users have quick, easy access to critical data needed to ensure timely filing of IDSs. “As a leader

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Hot Topics in Tech | September 2018 Newsletter | Maxval

This issue covers cardiovascular diseases and discloses the technological categories and products related to the use of renal denervation approach for managing hypertension. It also talks about the three main categories of Artificial Intelligence namely Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI), Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), and Artificial Super Intelligence (ASI). They influence human life in the form of automated cars, virtual assistants, image recognition software, robotics, games, life science and so on. Read more on this report.

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MaxVal Announces symphony® 1.5 – The Latest Version of Its Intellectual Property Management System

MaxVal announces the latest upgrade to its advanced, cloud-based IP management platform, symphony®. Since its launch in 2016, symphony® has revolutionized IP management through its innovative use of Salesforce.com’s Lightning platform, delivering the industry’s most advanced workflow and automation capabilities; all in a highly configurable, intuitive system, designed for the modern IP department. “MaxVal’s symphony® platform delivers a host of innovative and compelling operational capabilities to a yearning IP Management market,” said Eyal Iffergan, President of Hyperion Research, the industry’s leading analyst-based market research firm covering the IPM market. “Symphony harnesses the expansive Salesforce feature toolkit to achieve a robust end-to-end

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Hot Topics in Tech | August 2018 Newsletter | Maxval

In this issue, we have covered a couple of hot topics that are currently trending in the biotech and blockchain technology industries. We have highlighted Illumina’s Q2 results and provided some insights about the company alongwith a quick run-through of the firm’s recent collaborations in China. Illumina reported a revenue of $830 million in Q2 which is a 25% increase compared to $662 million in the same quarter of 2017. Illumina’s biggest advantage over its competitors lies in its technology diversification. We have also discussed about Walmart, who aims to venture into transportation and logistics markets through a methodology (recently filed for patent) by

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