Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence Patent Search

Artificial Intelligence is core to Ensemble IP. We study the latest AI techniques, how they are implemented into products and applied across industries. AI helps drive innovations in 35 major industries including transportation, medicine, energy, agriculture, hardware, software, aerospace, and telecommunications. With over 340,000 patent families and 1.6 million scientific papers worldwide, AI will certainly impact your patent practice. No company is better suited to search AI patent law for you.

AI-related Patent Litigation

A deep understanding of AI

Ensemble IP understands AI because we search it, use it, and apply it to our business. Our leaders are experts in the field. Our Artificial Intelligence/ AI patent search practice focuses extensively on applications of AI where patenting activity is heavy; where patenting activity is light, our focus is non-patent dissertations & theses, conference proceedings, the AMC digital library, IEEE Xplore, as well as other technology specific databases. With difficult litigation, it helps to rely on U.S.-based Ensemble IP, which is headquartered in the country where more than 70 percent of AI-related patent litigation originates.

AI Techniques

  • Machine learning
  • Decision trees
  • Support vector machines
  • Unsupervised learning
  • Supervised learning
  • Neural networks (deep learning)
  • Ontology engineering
  • Probabilistic reasoning
  • Fuzzy logic
  • Logic programming

AI Applications

  • Autonomous vehicles
  • Computer vision
  • Decision trees
  • Augmented reality
  • Biometrics
  • Image and video segmentation
  • Character recognition
  • Object tracking
  • Scene understanding
  • Control Methods

AI Applications

  • Distributed AI
  • Knowledge Representation
  • Natural Language Processing (NLP)
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Robotics
  • Speech Processing

“AI is the new electricity. I can hardly imagine an industry which is not going to be transformed by it”.

Andrew Ng, Stanford University