Researching your field of technology before preparing to file a patent application is a wise move. Something many inventors and potential applicants don’t know is that a number of patent databases are publicly available. Wondering where to start? Read on… Espacenet https://worldwide.espacenet.com/ This free online database is the patent search service of the European Patent Office. However, it contains patent documents from over 100 patent offices and therefore includes documents from countries other than the members of the European Patent Organisation. Non-European countries’ documents that may be found in this database include those of Australia, the US, China and Russia. If your search result does happen to be a European patent or application, the Espacenet record includes a helpful
BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - When people get sick, one of the first things people tend to do in the Internet age is to Google for the symptoms they're feeling. Dr. Seth Sullivan with Baylor, Scott and White joined us on First News at Four to talk about a new study that sheds some insight about how people are feeling in certain areas of the country, at certain times of the day. In the study it states, "Internet searches were correlated with the regions with the highest rates of coronary heart disease. Moreover, there was a threefold increase in searches in all three countries during winter months compared with summer months and a 100% increase during peak searching hours, which were between 6 A...
Google this morning announced it’s bringing its A.I.-powered Lens technology to Google Image Search. The idea, explains the company, is to allow web searchers to learn more about what’s in a photo – including, in particular, items they may want to shop for and buy. For example, a photo of a well-decorated living room might have a sofa you like, but the photo itself wouldn’t have necessarily informed you who made the sofa or where it was for sale. Google Lens – yes, acting very much like Pinterest – will now be able to help with that. You’ll be able to tap on “dots” that appear within the photo, which designate items Google Lens has identified, or you can use your finger to “draw” around an object in the photo to trigger Google Images to search for related information. Google then s
Update: Google fixed this issue sometime around 3am EDT Friday. And then at around 11am EDT Friday it is broken again. Go to Google and search for the keyword phrase [compare the market] on desktop or mobile, and you will see Google just break down. It is rare to ever see Google not be able to provide the answer to your query, but here is one case where Google simply cannot process the answer for you. As you can see above, Google responds with a message that reads: Server Error We’re sorry but it appears that there has been an internal server error while processing your request. Our engineers have been notified and are working to resolve the issue. Please try again later. Google has been aware of the issue since around 3:30pm EDT Thursday but has yet to fix
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