Category: IP Education

The ktMINE IP Education Series was created to provide useful and valuable insight into the world of intellectual property (IP). By openly discussing topics surrounding IP, we hope to educate the world and drive home the importance of IP in today’s business environment.

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IP in the FOREfront of Golf

Here at ktMINE, aside from being apart of the Customer Success team, I enjoy applying my interests and passions to the world of intellectual property. Having formerly worked in Minor League Baseball as a radio broadcaster and contributed media content to publications such as MiLB.com and Cars.com I wanted to shed light on how IP

Agreements on Emerging Technology

Agreements are made for various reasons such as licensing and purchasing patents/assets, developing products, employment and so on. In the ktMINE Agreements App, you can find over 100,000 agreements, each of which has been individually analyzed to showcase a snapshot of relevant information. Among all the types of agreements, of interest to many are those

The Automotive Revolution

What do patent filings reveal about the race to fully autonomous vehicles? We have explored various potential technological innovations in the auto industry in a previous post, but here we will look more specifically at patent filings related to self-driving cars. These patents can help provide a better understanding of the diverse challenges facing autonomous-vehicle

Blockchain Beyond Cryptocurrency

Ever since 2008 when Satoshi Nakamoto’s mysterious white paper “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” was first published, blockchain has been making endless appearances in tech blogs everywhere. A lot of claims have been made about how blockchain will change the world, but some are speculating that blockchain might be sinking into the trough of

The Patents Behind the Tech Industry

When we think of modern technology such as phones or computers, we often don’t think about the inner technologies behind the functionality and formation of our favorite products. The average laptop has six basic parts: the random access memory (RAM), hard drive, battery, fan, motherboard, and the central processing unit (CPU). These components working together