Go to https://app.amplified.ai/signup.
2. Once logged in you will be taken to the “Library” where you can view sample reports, previously ordered reports, and create your first project. Click on “Create New Project”.
3. To create a Prior Art Rapid Report, click “Prior Art Rapid Report”.
4. Enter the country code and number of the desired patent then click “Search”.
5. Confirm that the target patent displayed has the correct title. If you are not finding the patent you expect here please contact email@example.com
6. Confirm the “Selected Patent”. If you want, add a custom name to your project so you can easily find it later. Then click “Proceed To Payment”.
7. Enter your credit card information then click on "Pay For Report".
1. The report will be generated and become available for viewing within 24 hours. You can check the status of the report in the “Library” page.
2. Once the report is ready, just click “Launch” to view. The report will open in a new tab. If the report does not open please check to make sure you have disabled your pop-up blocker.
Using Rapid Reports
Once you open the report first check the title, critical date, and abstract to make sure the information is accurate. You can also click the Google Patents link to confirm the detailed information through Google Patents.
We provide the top hits that our AI found in order of relevancy. The documents are grouped by family and we’ve shown the title and patent number of a single representative document in the patent family and its publication date. You can look up the family ID to find other members or click on the patent number to go to Google Patents to view full text and see other family members. Each patent has a similarity score which shows how much the documents have in common. Please note that this is a measure of how similar the whole document is to the target patent document.
Before going through every result in detail it is useful to review the Relevance graph. You can hover the mouse over any point to see the rank, title, and similarity score of each patent. This graph will have a different shape depending on the technical field. For example, a very crowded technical field may have a flatter line while a brand new field may decline sharply. Our customers use this graph to understand how many documents to review.
To help you understand how the AI is interpreting the patents you can click on the Visual Landscape tab. Each point on this map is a patent. You can check the title of each document by hovering your mouse over it. The target patent is in dark orange and the top 50 most relevant patents are highlighted in green. This map helps you see where technology clusters exist and visualize the field.
To further help you see which technical areas are in this field we also show a CPC code bubble chart. The bubble size represents how often that CPC code is present. This gives you a sense of what other technologies may be relevant even if it is not listed on the target patent.
Professional searchers will provide search strings to show their strategy. While our does not search with strings, we do present a word cloud of the most common keywords. The size indicates how frequently the keyword shows up.