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Required reading for Patent Geeks

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NYU law prof. Beth Simone Noveck has an excellent idea in the Peer to Patent proposal. The idea, as I understand it, is for the Patent office to allow peer review of patent applications in order to cope with the overload and provide a way for knowledgeable individuals to provide evidence of prior art, etc, via Wiki which is a type of website (see my own pathetically neglected wiki for an example) that allows community editing and annotation. Recent article in Fortune Magazine. Any UH patent geeks care to comment? They’re open.

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