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Relativity Patents
Relativity Patents

Relativity makes software to help users organize data, discover the truth and act on it. Their newest solution, Relativity Patents, brings the world’s leading legal platform to patent search and analytics. Run searches yourself, or have the Relativity team run them for you and deliver high quality results in 1-2 days. Relativity has more than 300,000 annual users in 48+ countries, serving thousands of global organizations in legal, financial services, and government, including the U.S. Department of Justice and 199 of the Am Law 200.

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PQAI - Patent Quality Through Artificial Intelligence
PQAI - Patent Quality Through Artificial Intelligence

Making Prior art search accessible to all

PQAI is a collaborative open source initiative to build a shared AI-based prior-art search tool. At PQAI, we envision a prior art search engine that is:

  1. Accessible by all, no need for extensive training or funds
  2. Powered by AI to provide extremely effective search results
  3. Capable of searching combinational prior art (103), the most frequent reason for rejection at the USPTO
  4. Supports natural language queries
  5. Simple implementation using a distributed architecture eliminating the need to create and maintain a large database.

The vision is big and it can’t be realized without community  support from across the globe. Here is how you can help support the project:

  1. Advisors - Patent professionals who can test the tool, share their feedback and help PQAI improve and promote the adoption of PQAI.
  2. NLP practitioners - The plan is to make PQAI open source just as LINUX, developers can branch out the code, create different versions. For example: Currently PQAI cannot process the data related to chemistry patents, maybe one of the developers can build a version that caters specifically to chemical patents.
  3. Patent Offices - Patent offices can contribute and benefit by providing PQAI access to their examiners and inventors to help grow the user base and If all the patent offices can have an instance of PQAI search engine and they become a part of the distributed network; the amount of data in which the prior art search shall happen will be humongous, almost universal.

If you wish to participate in this initiative, kindly write to

Sam Zellner, a prolific inventor, retired executive director innovation at AT&T is the product lead for PQAI.

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