Quickly see the Important Sentences in Relevant Patent Results

QUICKLY Search in over 90 different databases in 9 Topics Areas using the same Query Keywords

  1. Paste in your Research text description or Keyword phrases and click ENTER to see your top 30 extracted Keywords.
  2. Select YOUR  main Topic from the drop-down list in the left side where the  “Patent Search Free Databases” is the default.
  3.  Select your important Keywords to  Search each online Database in your chosen Topic Area of Interest.
  4. Click the Search button on each Public Database Connector to automatically see that site’s Faceted Search Results page opened in a separate tab of your browser. 
Classic Search in action with Premium Google Search & Compare example - 2-2-2024

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Search Real Fast was launched in 2011 after the research team developed unique patent search technology to help inventors and patent practitioners1The research effort was initiated in 2007 by Pete Fenner, President of Lightbus Technologies and Fenner Investments Limited2. The research project was directed by Dr. Margaret Dunham, Professor of Computer Science at Southern Methodist University (SMU) and delivered by SMU graduate student, Badhrinath Sampathkumar in 20083

Since then, Search Real Fast has expanded to build custom search queries to hundreds of technology databases found on the World Wide Web4.

 In 2021, Search Real Fast started research into compiling search results texts into CSV files and analyzing that text in spreadsheets5That research led them to introduce Premium Search & Compare database connectors in 20236. These connectors submit either a user’s Input Text or its Extracted Keywords to specific Patent Search databases and download the full patent text for each search result to a user’s browser. Then their browser application displays the Important Sentences in each document using the sum of the confidence values for each keyword appearing in the sentence.

With the introduction of ChatGPT and other Generative AI tools in late 2022,  Patent professionals have tried using these tools to draft or write Patents Descriptions and Patent Claims. This drafting of a Patent Description or Claims required  the user to submit a draft of that text describing the invention.  The Terms of Use for almost all of the initial Generative AI services allow that service to use the  text  and data inputs from their users to further train their large language Models.

According to an article on the National Law Review, generative AI tools like ChatGPT are developed based on large datasets that include publicly available text data, social media posts, and web pages, to generate new content. This can lead to unintended infringement of patents, trademarks, or copyrights1.

Another article on Harvard Business Review states that this process comes with legal risks, including intellectual property infringement. In many cases, it also poses legal questions that are still being resolved such as if you submit an invention description to a Generative AI service, are you making a public disclosure?

For Search Real Fast, the major unresolved Patent Law question is if a person posts a draft invention description into a Generative AI model before a Patent Application claiming that invention is filed,  does that amount to Self Publishing that invention? Until this Patent Legal question is resolved, Search Real Fast will not employ any Generative AI service or functions to process any of our users input text and data. 
Our web developers have used and continue to use ChatGPT Coding Copilots to assist them in developing new Python and JavaScript code that performs our new statistical Search & Compare processing for Express-V4.5. None of our current Python or JavaScript code accesses any Generative AI  function or services.

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