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Patexia Insight 161: Top CAFC Law Firms of 2022

In late October, we released our second annual CAFC Intelligence Report. The report provided high-level statistics and insights and evaluated the stakeholders participating in the...

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  “Attention All Shoplifters…” Another guerrilla marketing strategy or unintentional (intentional) copyright infringement? This fall/winter 2022...

Get to Know This Year's Women Leaders in Tech Law

The Recorder honored the women lawyers handling game-changing, law-shaping, market moving work in and around the tech sector as part of the California Legal Awards on Nov. 3. Meet...

California Police Play Copyrighted Disney Tunes to Avoid YouTube Publishing

  Copyright intends to protect the rights of creators, but here is an interesting use that you probably haven't thought about. In recent years, the recording of police...

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Replacing cheap labor with a million robots is a curious fix to China’s economic downturn. Especially when that cheap labor is employed by a Chinese growth... Read More »
Robots now have the sense of touch, thanks to University of Southern California researchers Jeremy Fishel and Gerald Loeb. The robotic fingers are modeled after our... Read More »
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Ann ConkleSeems like programming these robots to detect textures humans prefer would be relatively simple compared to the other complex tasks they have already accomplished. Very exciting work!
Jun 21, 2012
A robot analogous to a child between 6 and 14 months old can develop rudimentary linguistic skills through interaction with a human participant. Researchers from the... Read More »
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Ann ConkleWow. I am curious how the think the reverse of this -- using robot language acquisition to inform our understanding of human language acquisition -- will work.
Jun 14, 2012
No news is Google news Owner and operator of everybody's favorite internet text field, Google, continues to make news as it branches farther away from its... Read More »
A computer science engineering team at the University of Nevada, Reno have created an indoor navigation system for the visually impaired. The technology utilizes a... Read More »
Recently, in several articles here on Patexia, we have commented on the importance of nanotechnology in medicine, including everything from lamprey robots to... Read More »
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