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The team has one patent granted and one pending for their technologies, she adds.
Later he worked at a public company in the patent licensing space.
When Solovine and Habicht left, it was just Einstein and Besso, walking home together from the patent office, discussing the nature of space and time and, as always, Mach.
The number of patent applications that concern AI, for instance, has roughly doubled from 30,000 to 60,000 in the past 15 years, and AI-related inventions now account for 15% of overall applications.
Though ABS had invested heavily in the development of this technology, it did not seek a patent, allowing competitors to gain access.
The polygraph, which uses a range of measurements including blood pressure, was patented by Leonarde Keeler in 1931.
A man named Herbert Gilbert patented one back in 1963 that heated a nicotine solution and produced steam.
By some estimates, 40 percent of human genes have been patented, and every single one of those patents was at stake in this case.
Their idea, developed in the late 1940s and patented 60 years ago this fall, turned out to be ahead of its time.
On a less crucial note, how does Jenni Ching get bloodstains out of her patented white leather jumpsuit?
But Mill might have said the same thing about the price of a music box, provided it was properly patented, anywhere at all.
A machine for making percussion caps was patented by John Abraham in 1864.
Fancy silk buttons, with worked figured tops, were patented by Wm. Elliott, in 1837.
Many years afterwards precisely similar bits for boring wood were patented as new things, and are still used.
Machines for cutting files and rasps were patented by Mr. Shilton, Dartmouth Street, in 1833.
On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to patented, such as: absorb, exclude, possess, take over, utilize, and acquire.
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