On July 4, our managing partner, Eric Liu was invited by Institute of Software Application Technology, Guangzhou & Chinese Academy of Science (GZIS) to provide a training on the theme of "Software Patent Mining And Writing" for their researchers. It is aimed at improving their capabilities in this area.
Information technology has been defined as one of the seven strategic emerging industries in China as well as that of Guangzhou. Of it what matters most is patent technology which penetrates in all sectors along with the rapid development of science and technology. How to protect patent technology effectively has been must-have knowledge and skills for all people from R&D field. This training solved staff's doubts concerning this part.
Introduction of Chinese Academy of Sciences
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is the most authoritative S&T research and development organization of China. Relied on its strong theoretical basis and research strength of headquarters in Beijing, the Institute of Software Application Technology, Guangzhou & Chinese Academy of Science (GZIS) widely cooperates with local government, enterprise, academy and institute to develop, produce and promote products from areas of Cloud Computing, Internet of Things and Smart City driven by market needs and building on Guangzhou's advantages in position, location and policy. The major objective of CAS is to conduct research in frontier technology and engineering as well as transfer and transform scientific achievements centering around the scientific needs of Guangzhou, Pearl River Delta and even Guangdong Province, so it can upgrade traditional industry, develop strategic emerging sectors and finally shift economic development model.
Director Liang of GZSI, several doctors, postgraduates, and scientists together with all of its researchers attended the training, which showed how much importance CAS has attached to it.
Following the theme of software patent mining and writing, Eric Liu, an expert in intellectual property, provided a fruitful training. He gave an in-depth analysis on the new trend of current software technology patents, illustrated how crucial and necessary they are from a professional perspective and also gave a variety of examples to demonstrate his point.
Participants were all engaged in the training, asking questions, actively participating in discussion and taking notes, making it quite enjoyable.
As the society continuously progresses, awareness of intellectual property protection would become increasingly strong in all sectors. Through this training, CAS researchers have built a good sense for software patent mining and developed related system of knowledge. We believe that Ronda Intellectual Property can provide more services for the development of CAS in the future.
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