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OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot has been a sensation since its launch. Our report looks at published patents across Content Generative AI to identify key innovators and invention owners in this space.
This report identifies the firms innovating in areas such as biodegradable polymers, bio-based polymers, and sustainable adhesives.
Technologies covered in this report include air scrubbers, oxidation catalysts, biofuels, diesel particulate filters and multi-pollutant monitoring devices.
A detailed view of the leading innovators to watch based on recently-published inventions and applying weightings to technologies which enable the energy transition.
Our updated report finds that supermajors’ technology innovation is more evident in the Materials, Mechanical, and Sensors & Optics categories.
Our report on patent owners in the Sustainable Detergents space identifies the firms producing new formulations and the countries leading innovation.
We take a deeper look at the data that underpins our podcast episode, Understanding patent value, with Jay Yonamine, Product Manager, GEO, Google.
Which patent innovations are helping to combat climate change? From packaging to batteries to electric vehicles, we look through a patent lens at sustainable technologies of the future.
How do European countries compare? Cipher CTO Steve Harris is one of the co-authors of a report looking into this issue.
Nigel Swycher, CEO of Cipher and Steve Harris, CTO, are both named in the IAM Strategy 300 Global Leaders list for 2022.
Cipher has recorded a podcast with the founders of a new movement aiming to improve diversity amongst patent professionals.
Global Prior Art, using Cipher classified patent data has found new trends in the rapidly-evolving lidar innovation field.
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