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AIPLA Front & Center Webinar Series: Data Analytics Panel Discussion

Mark Stignani

Mark Stignani will be joining an AIPLA panel discussion on IP Data Analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence and how it can benefit IP Professionals. The webinar is on Wednesday, November 14 and you can register here.  Along with Mark, the other panelists (from SAP, Cleveland Golf, ConvergentAI) have a wealth of information that they eagerly look forward to sharing. Data analytics, Machine Learning and AI is a rapidly changing science and holds the potential to improve virtually every facet of modern society by sometimes even answering questions that were not previously considered.   Users of data analytics are regularly surprised that solutions are available in the data that was already available, once that data is analyzed. The panel will look at what the analysis of big data enables, how machines can learn from that data as well as the professional to help improve their analysis, and how data analytics relate to various areas, such as solving research problems, as well as applications of data analytics to the practice of IP law (such as patent analytics). You are invited to bring your own questions and listen to others that the panel will answer in a discussion that promises to be interesting and informative.

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