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Data Scientists Without Borders: Helping Inventors Invent World Changing Products Faster
May 24, 2017Free
Session Time and Date
Wednesday, May 24th from 9am – 10am CDT
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- Develop a model to link the WIPO GREEN database with the PATENTSCOPE database, by using the existing WIPO GREEN categorization and the IPC GREEN Inventory. In this way, users can easily see all “hidden,” but relevant, inventions and innovations from PATENTSCOPE and make it easily accessible to anyone.
- Users of WIPO GREEN would see high level information about inventions and could visualize it by technology category, geography (maps), inventor institutions, by patents that are still in force or have expired (i.e. that are in the public domain), etc.
- The pilot project would be centered around one technology category, water.
WIPO has the largest patent collection database, called PATENTSCOPE, with over 59 million patent document and 3.1 million published international patent applications. This constitutes a gold mine of knowledge. Some are still under patent protection while the majority is already in the public domain. The information, or knowledge around both, is in the public domain and expressed through published patents. The WIPO GREEN platform was established as a marketplace to promote innovation and facilitate the transfer of green technologies, in particular to developing countries, in order to combat climate change and other environmental challenges.
Click here if you would like to learn more about the organization behind this UN project.
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- Anatole Krattiger is Director of the Global Challenges Division at WIPO, dealing with the intersection of intellectual property and climate change, global health, and food security. He started his career as a farmer in Switzerland, has a Bachelors degree from the Swiss Technical Institute, a Masters in plant breeding and a PhD in molecular genetics, both from Cambridge University. He worked at one of the CGIAR centers (CIMMYT in Mexico), co-created and led ISAAA, a global non-profit broker of agricultural biotechnology applications for developing countries, served as Executive to the Humanitarian Board for Golden Rice, was Editor-in-Chief of the Handbook of Best Practices on Intellectual Property Management in Health and Agricultural Innovation (www.ipHandbook.org) and consulted widely at the crossroads of development, government, science, businesses, and philanthropy while also teaching at Cornell University and at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.
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- Von Der Ropp
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- Anja von der Ropp is a Program Officer working in the Global Challenges Division of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The Division was established to ensure that WIPO contributes its specific expertise to the global debates about major public policy issues, including, in particular, climate change, food security and public health. Her activities at WIPO currently focus on climate change. She primarily manages WIPO GREEN, a platform launched in 2013 to facilitate innovation and diffusion of green technologies with a network of more than 5000 Partners and Users. Ms. von der Ropp studied law at the University of Konstanz, Germany, where she graduated in 1999. She passed her German bar exam in 2001, after which she worked as a journalist, responsible for a newsletter on European health law and policy. She completed a Master's Degree (LL.M.) at the College of Europe specializing in intellectual property law. Before joining WIPO in 2005, she worked as a researcher and lecturer at the University of Bremen.