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Dvorah GraeserApr 23In our last post, we discussed three ways to overcome the broken AI patent process.Here, we’re going to explain how to win the AI patent process — and protect your valuable AI idea.Let’s review for a moment. What can lead to losing in the AI patent process?1. The process is too complicated2. You can’t get information3. And it’s way too expensiveAnd, how to overcome these problems:1. Get knowledge2. Ask questions3. Broaden your ideaBut, only overcoming these problems isn’t enough. You want to win. And you deserve a patent for your AI idea.There are three steps you must take to win

Dvorah GraeserApr 23The US Patent and Trademark Office was founded way back in the day — 1975, to be specific.When the process was first founded, it was a very different time — the US patent process was meant to help individual inventors, small businesses could afford patents, and you didn’t need a lot of $$$ to get a patent.Of course, there weren’t any patents on AI (artificial intelligence) back then. Machines were just being invented — and they certainly weren’t smart enough for machine learning. And deep neural networks weren’t even a twinkle in a technologist’s eye. Both technology and the US patent process have become

Matt SuicheApr 23A while back, I discussed how memory could be used as an ultimate form of the log as long as the analysis workflow and process is smooth.This blog post will start by explaining the blind spots created by event-driven detection solutions such as Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR), and how this can be balanced by using Comae DumpIt + Stardust as part of an incident response & compromise assessment strategy.The Driverless Event-Driven Detection TruckThis blog post has been motivated by two recent events:The addition of an Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) event (EtwTiLogQueueApcThread) by Microsoft in version 1809,

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