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   |'''"Computational History and Patent Data: What Can We Learn About the Patenting System?"'''
   |'''"Advances Are Not Lego Bricks: Insights into Innovation from Computational History"'''
[https://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/sds/people/faculty/simon-dedeo.html '''Simon Dedeo'''], Carnegie Mellon University & Santa Fe Institute
[https://www.cmu.edu/dietrich/sds/people/faculty/simon-dedeo.html '''Simon Dedeo'''], Carnegie Mellon University & Santa Fe Institute
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   |9:35 a.m.
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   |'''"Invention as Collective Learning: How Different Is Patenting?"'''
   |'''"Patenting as Collective Learning"'''
[https://sociology.uchicago.edu/directory/james-evans '''James Evans'''], University of Chicago
[https://sociology.uchicago.edu/directory/james-evans '''James Evans'''], University of Chicago
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  |10:10am
  |'''Question Period'''
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   |10:30am
   |10:30am
   | '''Midmorning Break'''
   | '''Midmorning Break'''
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   |11:00am
   |10:50am
   |'''TBD'''
   |'''Patenting: the perspective from studying learning'''
  |Discussion Lead: [https://www.santafe.edu/people/profile/mirta-galesic '''Mirta Galesic''']
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   |'''"Quantifying Information in Patents"'''
   |'''"Uncertainty and Invention: How Predictive Can Patents Be?"'''
[https://isearch.asu.edu/profile/2713533 '''Deborah Strumsky'''], Arizona State University
[http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/faculty/directory/youn_hyejin.aspx '''Hyejin Youn'''], Northwestern University
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   |2:10pm
   |'''Discussant: [http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/faculty/directory/youn_hyejin.aspx Hyejin Youn]''', Northwestern University
   |'''Discussant: TBA'''
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   |'''Meeting adjourned'''
   |'''Meeting adjourned'''
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==Wednesday, March 14th==
==Wednesday, March 14th==

Revision as of 01:28, 3 March 2018


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March 12 – 14, 2018
Santa Fe Institute


Monday, March 12th

8:30am Light Breakfast
9:00am Welcome & Introduction to the Conference (Framing Questions)

José Lobo, Arizona State University

9:35am David Krakauer, Santa Fe Institute
10:10am Group Discussion I

José Lobo (moderator), Arizona State University

10:35am Midmorning Break
11:00am "The Patenting System as a Historical System"

Zorina Khan, Bowdoin College

11:35am Question Period
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm "The Challenge of Recognizing Inventive Novelty"

Stuart Graham, Georgia Institute of Technology

1:35pm TBA
2:10pm Discussant: Brendan Tracey, Santa Fe Institute
2:30pm Question Period
3:00pm Midafternoon Break
3:30pm "Quantifying Information in Patents"

Deborah Strumsky, Arizona State University

4:05pm Question Period
4:20pm Group Discussion II
5:00pm Meeting Adjourned

Tuesday, March 13th

8:30am Light Breakfast
9:00am "Advances Are Not Lego Bricks: Insights into Innovation from Computational History"

Simon Dedeo, Carnegie Mellon University & Santa Fe Institute

9:35 a.m. "Patenting as Collective Learning"

James Evans, University of Chicago

10:10am Question Period
10:30am Midmorning Break
10:50am Patenting: the perspective from studying learning Discussion Lead: Mirta Galesic
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm "Recognizing Emerging Technologies in the Patent Record"

Jan Youtie, Georgia Institute of Technology

1:35pm "Uncertainty and Invention: How Predictive Can Patents Be?"

Hyejin Youn, Northwestern University

2:10pm Discussant: TBA
2:30pm Question Period
3:00pm Midafternoon Break
3:30pm Group Discussion III
5:00pm Meeting adjourned

Wednesday, March 14th

8:30am Light Breakfast
9:00am Morning Discussion & Summary
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm "Can AI Fix What Is “Broken” with the Patent System?"

Colleen Chien, Santa Clara University School of Law

2:00pm Discussant: Feng Bill Shi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2:20pm Group Discussion IV
3:30pm Final Meeting Adjourned
4:00pm Informal Discussion on Future Research Directions