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Patenting Human Experiences

September 10th, 2016


Jason has a publication coming out in the November / December edition of IAM Magazine.  The thesis of the 5,000 word paper is that:

  • it is possible to patent protect human experiences induced by a product or service, and
  • that there are lots of examples in the patent literature, including visual sensations, auditory, and tactile experiences,
  • that patenting the human experience can add another layer of protection to your new product or service
  • patenting the human experience can raise the bar from a technological point of view making it harder for your competitors to follow you.

We are looking forward to hearing your feedback on the article!screen-shot-2016-09-23-at-10-38-40-am

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