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Automatic Patent Comparison AI Systems

These systems would be for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Organization, and would allow the attorneys that look at Patent applications to compare all the intellectual property of one patent to other patents, not only by keyword, but also by the context of the patent – such that the AI would develop models based on different types of technologies that can be patented, based on the specifications of the Patentable designs, within USPTO’s computer systems.

The AI would be able to see potential patent infringement cases before they occur, such that it would rate the comparison value of each Patent to each other Patent, such as words used in each Patent, based on keywords, and assign each Patent a unique design concept. If two concepts are similar, the system will automatically compare the two Patents and determine which one was created originally, and which one was created after the fact, or by stealing the design concept from the original Patent holder.

The database would compare the different technologies based on their engineering capabilities and specifications, such as under the studies of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, product design engineering, information technology engineering, computer systems engineering, civil engineering, biological engineering, chemical engineering, and other types of engineering studies.

After the proposed Patent is assigned different characteristics based on the studies of different types of engineering, the system would compare the properties of each of the Patents, for comparing to determine similarities.

The system would be able to process summary judgement recommendations for Patent judges based on the Intellectual Property of the Patent filing, or the pre-Patent filing documentation.

The software would also be able to interactively tell a Patent submitter, or Patent applicant, that their design may infringe on the rights of another Patent in the system.

This system would basically vet Patents before they get to the attorneys.

Additionally, the payment for the Patent application would be based on what is being claimed, as well as the complexity of the Patent, and how much time it takes the Patent Attorney to review the information, or whether the Patent was so straight forward, that it was pre-authorized by the AI systems because it was found to have been unique.

The Patent applicant will also be able to submit dictionaries, linguistic information, and other surrounding intelligence pertaining to the Patent design, as such that the Patent could protect from misuses of similar technologies, or systems that automatically take existing Patents, modify them in a small way, and then resubmit the works under different names, using different keywords, such that the Patent Attorney is not aware of how to compare the two different works, because they are so different, even though they are so similar.

An example of technologies that are very similar, in my cases, are the Telepathic Satellite Technology, Artificial Telepathy, and Geospatial Psychological Satellite technologies – and additionally, there are claims to the specific technologies and systems configurations that make the different technologies unique, but also similar.

It may not be worthwhile to submit for a Patent for all three of the designs, however the Intellectual Property pertaining to the designs could be used in legal cases, in such cases that information leaked out before the Patent was filed, or that someone conducted surveillance or hacked the inventor, and took the information from their computing systems. In this sense, criminal charges could be filed against the person(s) attempting to file the Patent(s) for similar technologies, even if the technologies have not been Patented, because the Intellectual Property belongs to the original inventor, and even if it was modified, it is still the property of the original inventor – regardless of whether they filed for the Patent or not.

The reason why I am waiting to file for the Patents, is because currently there is no demand for the technologies, and additionally I have no money to file for the Patents.

If I had to choose between getting married to Anya Chapman with enough money to live the rest of our lives without working, and owning the Patents – I would choose Anya Chapman. However, this doesn’t mean that people can just take the technologies from me, as they are my works. They would have to pay me to purchase the intellectual property, as I am proposing to the White House, so I have money for Anya and myself to live out our lives in comfort, so that we don’t have to suffer any more without each other – and the cost of the wedding would be taken out of the IP purchase agreement.

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