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Indian designers help IBM beat 2016 US patent list

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Designers from India contributed a record 658 licenses to IBM. A year ago to help the product mammoth top the rundown for US patent beneficiaries in 2016.

With 8,088 US licenses, IBM’s 2016 rundown covers a differing scope of developments in manmade brainpower and intellectual registering, subjective wellbeing, Cloud, cybersecurity. And other vital development territories for the organization.

“Driving the world in development for a long time in succession is a consequence of IBM’s unmatched duty to advancement and R&D,” said Ginni Rometty, IBM’s Chairman, President and CEO, in an announcement.

While Samsung Electronics with 5,518 US licenses stood second, Canon with 3,665 licenses was at the third position.

In the territory of subjective registering and computerized reasoning, the creators protected more than 1,100 developments that help machines learn. Reason and productively handle different information sorts while connecting with individuals in common and natural ways.

“The creators conceds more than 22 licenses for every day in 2016. Empowering the organization to wind up distinctly the first to outperform 8,000 licenses in a solitary year,” the announcement said.

While Google with 2,835 licenses came fifth, Microsoft with 2,398 licenses was at eighth spot.

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