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August 30, 2004


laurent edel

salut marc,
on a démarré notre blog le meme jour je crois
tu es a londres? tu as réussi a monter ton fond, bravo!
fais signe si tu passes par paris


publically availble? Shouldn't they be proprietary?

Jeff Clavier

Some of those maps were actually produced by Aureka(tm), a software solution built by Aurigin, a company the Reuters Greenhouse Fund (of which Marc and I were partners) had invested back in 1998. In 2002, the company was bought by Information Holdings (NYSE:IHI), which is itself being acquired by Thomson Corporation (Toronto:TOC).
The capability was somehow limited, but did display a map of what had been patented in a given field, based on USPTO, EPO and WIPO data.

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