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Science Alert Report: US Navy Seeks to Predict Pirate Attacks With AI

The U.S. Navy has filed a patent application for a computer method that works to predict the probability of a pirate attack through the use of artificial intelligence, Science Alert reported Thursday. David Nield writes the algorithm uses the Monte Carlo method for probability distribution to collect data on pirate behavior, local …

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Russell Slifer Named Commerce Deputy Undersecretary for Intellectual Property; Penny Pritzker Comments

Russell Slifer, formerly director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Rocky Mountain regional office in Denver, has been named the Commerce Department’s deputy undersecretary for intellectual property and USPTO deputy director. He most recently served as USPTO’s primary liaison with the innovation community in the Rocky Mountain region and …

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Senate Confirms Michelle Lee as USPTO Chief

Michelle Lee, formerly deputy director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, has been confirmed as head of the agency, The Hill newspaper reported Monday. Jordain Carney and Mario Trujillo write a Senate voice vote sealed the nomination of Lee, who will also serve as undersecretary of commerce for intellectual property. …

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