The science behind invention – 2nd Data-Driven Invention Forum in Switzerland
When technology and intellectual property leaders meet at an exclusive villa in Switzerland and put their heads together to discuss the science behind invention we can expect ground breaking results. In fact, we expect nothing less than a seismic shift in how the products and services of tomorrow are created. Sounds far-fetched? If you could transform the invention process itself through the use of data, algorithms and machines, in other words, if you could reinvent invention, wouldn’t you want a seat at the table?
The 2nd data-driven invention forum is taking place in Buchillon in Switzerland from 30th to 31st October 2018. Senior technology and IP experts from companies across the globe will be taking part to discuss a data-driven, artificial intelligence led approach to invention that will impact the role humans play in the invention process itself.
Iprova is not only proud to host this forum but has also developed the technology platform that makes data-driven invention possible. Its AI technology reviews huge amounts of data and identifies inventive triggers at a breadth and speed unmatched by traditional, human-led research & development departments. The result, new products and services that are more disruptive in nature, and thus not only promise high market value, but will also shape the markets of the future. The impact on the innovation ecosystem and how to improve, expand and collaborate using a data-driven approach is what leaders from global corporations such as Panasonic, DuPont and Philips will discuss. Speakers include Ruud Peters (former CIPO at Philips), Bill Fischer (Professor of Innovation at IMD), Martin Jaggi (Professor of Machine Learning at EPFL) as well as senior representatives of Iprova customers. The exclusive guest list of this year’s forum is already complete, however, if you want to sign up for the waiting list or register your interest in future events, please get in touch.