Monday, 2 January 2017

December's Aistemos blogposts: a handy summary

We were so busy in December that the month really flashed past -- and that's why we didn't post as many items on our weblog as we usually do. Still, in case you were as busy as we were (which is quite likely if you are working in the fields of intellectual property analytics and strategy), here's a list of our December features. 

If you're not yet familiar with our blog, let us explain.  Each month we list and summarise the previous month's blogposts for readers  who have been away or who were simply too busy to follow them in real time. Each blogpost listed below comes with a moderated comment facility, so please feel welcome to respond to anything you read, whether you disagree with it, wish to amplify or clarify its points, or merely provide further links to relevant material.

To check each post out, just click the title:

Every so often, this weblog likes to take a look at information-related tools that may be of assistance to the intellectual property community. This post notes the ScienceOpen Research + Publishing Network, this being
"... a freely accessible research network to discover and evaluate scientific information. Search among over 27 million articles and article records, filter by citation or Altmetric score, and share your expertise via comments or peer review".
What does this all mean for the strategic deployment of information in patent-related contexts?


This weblog has sounded off on previous occasions about the potential importance of BEPS, the tidy acronym that stands for Base Erosion and Profit Shifting [see also earlier Aistemos BEPS-related blogposts here].  Our position has been that this is a topic that has substantial relevance to the intellectual property business and investment community, which has to date taken little interest in it. Now the OECD is throwing its weight behind the issue.


Recent blogposts have focused on the challenges created by "Industry 4.0", a term that is gaining currency in the world of the Internet of Things. These posts include our well-received and much-read report on key technologies and trends, as well as a series of posts relating to "Industry 4.0 through the lens of patents", an Aistemos webinar. You can follow the webinar presentations by Marcus Malek and Sebastian Muller-Borges, together with relevant visuals, by clicking here.

You can check out Aistemos's posts over the previous twelve months below:

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