Tag Archives: Intellectual Property

Naveen Rao, David Hoffman Outline Four Key Pillars of Intel’s Recommended National AI Strategy

Naveen Rao and David Hoffman of Intel have said the Trump administration should build on an executive order signed in February to develop a national strategy that would advance the development and deployment of artificial intelligence. Rao and Hoffman wrote in an article published Wednesday that Intel’s recommended national AI strategy focuses on four aspects and one is to promote research and development in AI.

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Deloitte: Agile Process, New Business Models Key to Aerospace & Defense Industry’s Digital Transformation

Deloitte article says aerospace and defense companies should focus on four key areas to achieve digital transformation and one of those is implementing agile production and predictive quality controls in response to evolving demands. A&D companies should also create new business models, advance collaboration with the supply chain and protect data and intellectual property from cyber vulnerabilities, according to the article published Tuesday.

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Raytheon’s Thomas Kennedy on Key Takeaways From National Cyber Strategy

Thomas Kennedy, chairman and CEO of Raytheon, has said there are five key takeaways from the White House’s updated National Cyber Strategy and one of those is the Trump administration’s position that cyber crime is a national security threat. Kennedy wrote in a Fox Business opinion piece published Monday that through the strategy, the administration made clear that one of its key priorities is to address intellectual property theft.

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Serco Reaches USPTO Patent Application Processing Milestone; Tom Watson Quoted

Serco Inc., the British contractor’s North American arm, has processed 4M patent applications for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The company said Thursday its intellectual property team has helped USPTO analyze drawings, specifications and claims from applicants, as well as assign domestic and international classification symbols representative of invention proposals since 2006. To date, …

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D13, XiDrone Forge Counter-UAS Tech Partnership

Department 13 International and XiDrone Systems have teamed up to pursue intellectual property development related to counter-unmanned aerial systems, wireless communications and autonomous platforms. The partnership will provide patents rights to D13 to integrate its MESMER counter-UAS system with radar, electro-optical/infrared, radio frequency, acoustics and other sensors to build a …

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Raytheon’s Thomas Kennedy: Tech Usage Policies Could Help Protect Corporate IP From Insider Threats

Raytheon CEO Thomas Kennedy has said organizations that seek to protect corporate intellectual property from insider threats should “implement a clear set of policies governing technology usage.” Kennedy, a two-time Wash100 awardee, wrote in a commentary posted Tuesday on Fortune that such policies could guide information technology teams as they work to detect …

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Vencore’s Mac Curtis: Applied Research to Distinguish ‘Perspecta’ From Other Govt IT Vendors

Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore, has said the company’s applied research work would help differentiate Perspecta from other government information technology services contractors, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday. Curtis will become CEO of Perspecta that will operate as a publicly traded company under the ticker symbol “PRSP” …

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Boeing to Implement Assembrix Software for Manufacturing Data Security

Boeing has selected Israel-based company Assembrix to provide a software platform to help the aerospace and defense contractor secure intellectual property it shares with other vendors through design and additive manufacturing processes. The Chicago-based company said Monday it will adopt Assembrix technology in efforts distribute and secure 3D printing design information from …

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Lockheed’s Marillyn Hewson: Tariff Measure Seeks to Protect US Intellectual Property

Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson has approved of President Donald Trump’s move to sign an executive memorandum that would impose tariffs on certain products in response to China’s unfair trade practices, CNBC reported Thursday. Trump proposed to implement additional 25 percent tariffs that could potentially impact Chinese imports worth approximately $60 billion. “This …

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