A new international project to provide free thorough search service to inventors
PQAI, or The Patent Quality through Artificial Intelligence, is an open-source, nonprofit initiative to create a library of software components specifically designed to advance innovation. Its goal is to accelerate the pace of innovation by increasing the number of inventors and improving the quality of invention and innovation by creating an open community to develop tools for all members of the innovation society. And since this project can deal great help to the invention and innovation community, IFIA decided to play a crucial role in launching PQAI.
This new project helps anyone who wants to start innovation and invention. The inventor can use this platform to know about the registration or rejection of their idea in the patent offices. Also, they can check whether any real or legal personality all around the world has used a similar idea or not.
This search engine is entirely powered by artificial intelligence. It allows the innovators to search for anything that comes to their minds. And, if the searched idea has been searched, declared, registered, or any other thing, the inventor would know.
It is also worth mentioning that the PQAI search engine is a high-quality AI-based prior art search engine rivaling any search engine on the market. Also, it has a simple Natural Language interface allowing anyone to run an effective novelty search. Moreover, the PQAI search engine website provides complete privacy and creates a report for inventors to use with patent attorneys, funding sources, etc. Besides, this search engine software will be part of the PQAI Open Source library to ensure continuous improvement.
This project started its early-access phase three years ago and was successfully launched five months ago. Also, it is noteworthy that AT&T has funded this 2-million-dollar project.
During various meetings and coordination over the past three months with project managers from the Universities of Michigan, Chicago, Northwestern, as well as AT&T executives, we decided that these services will be provided to inventors free of charge and will be presented to inventors as an IFIA project.
AT&T will support the access and needed data of the project. Due to its cooperation with other telecommunication companies, this company will have full access to all data available worldwide.
In conclusion, The PQAI Search Engine project can help develop the invention society, and we hope that the best result will eventuate out of this cooperation.