The main role of the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is to grant patents for inventions as well as register trademarks and service marks for products and services. One of the key ways they are advancing this mission is to use automation and AI in a number of ways to improve operational efficiency for their patent examiners.
At the upcoming October AI in Government online event, Scott Beliveau, Branch Chief Of Advanced Analytics at USPTO shares with his insights into how the USPTO is leveraging data, automation, and AI to help advance efforts.
In this interview, he identifies how a small scrappy team at USPTO created an award winning AI/ML program that is saving the USPTO tens of millions of dollars and is serving over 200 million public requests annually. Analytics, automation, and AI work together at the USPTO in a number of different use cases and examples of successful AI implementation.
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