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Hvorfor Bill Gates vil have 3.000 patenter pr.år.



Dette er udelukkende om det Amerikanske patentsystem, historien er at 
Microsoft har hævet målsætningen til 3.000 patenter pr. år fra tidligere
2.000 patenter pr. år. 

http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/07/31/1722227&from=rss
http://news.com.com/Why+Bill+Gates+wants+3%2C000+new+patents/2100-1008_3-5812318.html?tag=nefd.top

  "EXCITING," "uninteresting" and "not exciting" don't seem like
  technical terms, but they show up a lot in United States patent
  application No. 20,050,160,457, titled "Annotating Programs for
  Automatic Summary Generation."

  It seems to be about baseball. The inventors have apparently come up
  with software that can detect the portions of a baseball broadcast
  that contain what they call "excited speech," as well as hits (what I
  call "excited ball") and automatically compile those portions into a
  highlights reel. 

  .... What would Jefferson think if he were around to visit Microsoft's
  campus, seeing software patents stacked like pyramids of cannonballs?

  
Jesper

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./Jesper Krogh, sslug@sslug, Jabber ID: sslug@sslug



 
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