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GSLIS - The University of Texas at Austin LIS 386.13, Information Technologies & the Information Professions LIS 386.13 Information Technologies and the.

. New York, NY: Free Press; 2000. ISBN:0-684-85932-7. GSLIS - The University of Texas at Austin LIS 386.13, Information Technologies & the Information Professions An Outline History of Computing The reconstruction of Colossus at the Bletchley Park Trust Museum in the U.K. GSLIS - The University of Texas at Austin LIS 386.13, Information Technologies & the Information Professions An Outline History of Computing The British cryptologists shared their invention/


Timeline Waves in Six Strands 1900 - 2009. Table of Contents TitleSlide Introduction1 Toffler’s Three Waves4 - 14 Technology15 - 20 Business21 - 26 Education27.

of- technology.html Technology 1940’s Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC) http://www.tcf.ua.edu/AZ/I THistoryOutline.htm http://www.tcf.ua.edu/AZ/I THistoryOutline.htm EDVAC - the Electronic Discreet Variable Computer EDSAC (Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator) Universal Automatic Computer (UNIVAC) 1950’s The computer modem inventedmodem The integrated circuit invented/ 2000-2009 New Toy Robots Max the robotic cat invented by Omron, LUCKY, THE ROVING ROBO-RAPTOR invented by Walt /


Welcome to Click on Success! A Process for Creating Technology-Infused Classroom Activities.

Question(s):  How did new inventions influence the people of China during ancient times?  Which Chinese invention has been most important to the development of civilization throughout the world? /technology. Main Technology Standard Massachusetts Instructional Technology Standard Grade Level: 5-8 Performance Indicator: 1.32 Create a slide presentation using appropriate applications. Standard: Standard 1- Demonstrate proficiency in the use of computers and applications as a well as an understanding of/


“Video camera – A Camera made for recording images on a videotape or transmitting them to the computer screen”  Sense it transmits into the computer.

them to the computer screen”  Sense it transmits into the computer that’s why you see videos on certain websites  But usually They are very Expensive  The first video cameras where invented in the Support of television or Tv.  The first video camera was invented in the /The very first one ever to be invented had no color or black & white film  The older version was usually on a tripod  People didn’t own one they only used it for movies  I see my technology changing into cameras that can be holographic/


Patents. Overview Firms must decide whether and how to protect their technological innovations. Protecting innovation helps a firm retain control over.

A patent gives a 20-year control on the invention, but secrecy might allow that control to last longer Pace of Change When technological change is very rapid, the invention that a patent protects will quickly become irrelevant. Given/of differences in the nature of technology, and these industry differences affect several aspects of technology strategy Effectiveness of Product Patents by Industry Theory In Action IBM and the Attack of the Clones In 1980, IBM was in a hurry to introduce a personal computer/


School of Information - The University of Texas at Austin LIS 386.13, Information Technologies & the Information Professions LIS 386.13 Information Technologies.

a foundation for the invention of the computer 1921-7 Philo T. Farnsworth and Vladimir Zworykin independently invent the television camera and receiverPhilo T. FarnsworthVladimir Zworykin School of Information - The University of Texas at Austin LIS 386.13, Information Technologies & the Information Professions Selected Dates in the History of Technology (contd) 1927 Hermann J, Muller (working at the University of Texas at Austin) establishes the existence of gene mutation and shows/


By Feng Xia New technology and inventions computer.

By Feng Xia New technology and inventions computer New technology and inventions TV set telephone computer radio mobile phone fridge camera bus train plane … A. C. A. Listen to four short conversations. And choose the right pictures. 1./? Useful expressions: 1.It can be used to … 2.It’s bad for/It’s harmful to… 3.It’s a waste of … AdvantagesDisadvantages What are the advantages of the Internet? It can be used to … teach and study send messages listen to music watch movies and TV programs chat with friends /


Ballast-free technology would not have been possible without computer modeling to help scientists test different experimental solutions Invented by Ukrainian-born.

-free technology would not have been possible without computer modeling to help scientists test different experimental solutions Invented by Ukrainian-born engineer Igor Pasternak >Despite sterilization protocols, ballast water can carry organisms that are harmful to dumping sites’ ecosystems >Would reduce fuel and cargo transport costs by ~ $2.55 per metric ton >Cheaper to build than large transport planes: 1/3 the cost of/


Sept. 22, 2010Patenting Computer-Related Inventions - RJMorris1 3rd Annual Information Technology Law Seminar The Patentability of Computer-Related Inventions.

, and love PATENTS and the PATENT SYSTEM. We (the people) want to reward those who come up with something NEW as long as they TEACH us. Sept. 22, 2010Patenting Computer-Related Inventions - RJMorris41 Patentability of Computer-Related Inventions – Part V - 3 WHY? 102, 103 and 112 adapt to new technology, innovation, etc. Applying them requires hard work, not handwaving and philosophical posturing. THEY are the reason we have/


Inventions that changed the world. Start the countdown: START THE COUNTDOWN When you imagine inventors, you probably picture a lone genius in a laboratory.

devices, experimenting and redesigning until some concept or contraption works perfectly. At that point, the new invention is unveiled to the world, a stunning piece of new technology that instantly changes everything. Well, youve got part of it right. Theres certainly a lot of redesigning and experimenting when it comes to inventions, but it takes a lot longer than you think. It also takes far more people than/


TGJ3M1- Mr. Negru Clement Law. 1800 April 24 Dry battery invented by A Volta, ‘Volta’s pile’, made of copper and zinc discs separated by a moistened cloth.

impact on political because it leads to an new generation of printing that make us know what is happening/of telephone and internet. The Invention of Fiber Optics INTERNET 1959 August 14 First photographs of the Earth from space are transmitted by the Explorer 6 satellite. Social Impact: The First photographs of the Earth from space has had an impact on social because it can manifest the technology of human being that can take an picture from the space. The First Photographs of The Earth From Space COMPUTER/


Technology Kiara Nelson Broderick Beverly. Technology is……. Technology is a broad concept that deals with an animal species usage and knowledge of tools.

nitrates.[/liu] 1909 Instant coffee invented by G. Washington.Instant coffee Examples of Technology This is how technology is being used today!!!!!! In the early 1960s, clinicians, health service researchers, and others began investigating the use of advanced telecommunications and information technologies to improve the delivery of health care. Today, telemedicine is a combination of advances in medical technologies; the use of computers; the use of databases to store and retrieve information/


By: Kahlil Elijah 9/20/10 Technology pd: 1. When was the first computer invented ? The first computer was invented in about 1856.

By: Kahlil Elijah 9/20/10 Technology pd: 1 When was the first computer invented ? The first computer was invented in about 1856. Who invented the first computer ? Charles Babbage invented the concept of a programmable computer. Why was the first computer invented ? Addition and subtraction or simple mathematics was the original purpose for why the computer was invented. As the years went on more uses were found and the computer was expanded upon. 1984 IBM/


Computer Lab Agenda What we will be working on for the next few weeks: You will be learning about the history of computers. You will be using the computer.

new technology what would it be? Please tell me about the invention and why you think it is important. Use the next slide to write down your answers. What might this item look like in the future? Open the Paint program from your Start button and create a drawing of this item and paste it in the next slide. Extension 2: Computer History Reflective Writing/


What is Technology? Seems Obvious, Right?. Definition “The branch of knowledge dealing with engineering or applied sciences.” Dictionary.com.

you bought more because of its image or advertising than what it actually does? Creations Cause Cravings New inventions and innovations often create new needs and wants for a society. Before there was recorded video (DVDs, YouTube, Netflix, Vudu, cable TV, etc.), did people even want to watch videos that weren’t at a movie theater? Motivation to Innovate ● Most technologies are profit motivated and/


Technology in American. Introduction The first industrial revolution The second industrial revolution The third industrial revolution Why American technology.

a new general-purpose calculating device, called the Analytical Engine Who invented the computer? Konrad Zuse 康拉德 · 楚泽(德 ) developed a computer called the Z3, which was based on bits Howard Aiken created the IBM Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator (ASCC), 自动程序控制计 算机 but it is usually referred to as the Harvard Mark I 哈佛大学教授霍华德 · 艾肯 (Howard Hathaway Aiken) 因在 20 世纪 40 年代 成功地研制出有深远影响的大型自动 数字计算机 Mark I 而被首批授予计算 机先驱奖 What characterized the first generation of computers? First-generation computers can/


Technology in American. Early 19th Century Eli Whitney – invention of the cotton gin John H. Hall – American system of production Cyrus H. McCormick –

a new general-purpose calculating device, called the Analytical Engine Who invented the computer? Konrad Zuse 康拉德 · 楚泽(德 ) developed a computer called the Z3, which was based on bits Howard Aiken created the IBM Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator (ASCC), 自动程序控制计 算机 but it is usually referred to as the Harvard Mark I 哈佛大学教授霍华德 · 艾肯 (Howard Hathaway Aiken) 因在 20 世纪 40 年代 成功地研制出有深远影响的大型自动 数字计算机 Mark I 而被首批授予计算 机先驱奖 What characterized the first generation of computers? First-generation computers can/


1 The Case Of Patents And Computer Implemented Inventions Luciano Bosotti Buzzi, Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx Turin – October 13, 2009.

inventions patentable in all areas of technology. 13 The key reasoning of Vicom An invention which would have been patentable if implemented with conventional means should not become unpatentable for the sole reason of being implemented by means of a computer e.g. by SW An invention/in an attempt to raise the entry level for new players - the “public” has an adverse perception of monopoly (wealthy is evil) 24 The contrasting scenario (cont.d) An invention otherwise held not to be patentable, if implemented /


Technology and Business Irwan Sembiring. Introduction (Henry C. Co)2 Outline 1. Invention, Innovation, and Diffusion 2. Types of Innovation 3. Diffusion.

of Technology When was the Internet invented? When was fax-machine technology invented? Introduction (Henry C. Co)18 When was the Internet invented?  ARPAnet, the predecessor to the modern Internet was developed in 1969 by DOD.  26 computers hooked up to the ARPANET by 1971; around 1,000 computers by 1984.  Now a large, growing, connection of/ Michael Shamos (shamos+@cs.cmu.edu) Introduction (Henry C. Co)40 32-Volume New Encyclopedia Britannica  1200 bps modem …………..28 days  9600 bps modem ……….....3.5 /


Ip4inno 1 ip4inno Module 6A Industry Specific IP Protecting and exploiting innovation in the IT Industry Name of speakerVenue & date.

all fields of technology, provided that they are new, involve an inventive step and are susceptible of industrial application. 2)The following in particular shall not be regarded as inventions within the meaning of paragraph 1: –(a) discoveries, scientific theories and mathematical methods; –(b) aesthetic creations; –(c) schemes, rules and methods for performing mental acts, playing games or doing business, and programs for computers; –(d) presentations of information. 3/


Professor Jonathan Masur The Law & Economics of Information 1.

very broad – For example: award a patent on the transistor And another on the computer And another on the internet, and so forth Not just particular applications of each of those broad inventions Other economic theorists: the opposite. Award narrow patents. 10 Timing and Breadth Idea behind Kitch: a new technological field is like an oil field or a gold mine. 11 Kitch: Prospect Theory A/


TED Unit 2 Notes. What is population growth? Population growth an increase in the number of people who inhabit a territory or state. An increase in population.

is markedly new or introducing radical change; "a revolutionary discovery"; Example: the invention of the telescope and microscope brought revolutionary changes in the way people viewed the world. The telescope and the microscope represent technologies that aided in bringing about what type of changes in how humans viewed the world? A. revolutionary B. major C. radical D. conservative What does computer technology allow the exchange of? Computer technology has developed/


O AK R IDGE N ATIONAL L ABORATORY U. S. D EPARTMENT OF E NERGY STCU Guidance and Procedures September 27-28, 2005 Judson R. Hightower Associate General.

of information between parties (Mutual) O AK R IDGE N ATIONAL L ABORATORY U. S. D EPARTMENT OF E NERGY 9 NEW IDEA Conception Notebook Entry Reduction to Practice Record of Invention/ DOE Office of Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property (administers USG rights to IP on behalf of State Departments /OF E NERGY 31 Tracking Inventions Computer tracking system keeps track of inventions from time ROI is received at STCU until patents issue (Exhibit 5) Details of invention identification, ownership, type of/


1 Patentability of Computer Software and Business Methods Andrés Guadamuz.

the art. A relatively small directive proposal designed to overhaul a few technicalities in patent law and practice by harmonising the patentability of computer implemented inventions… Technical contribution: means a contribution to the state of the art in a field of technology which is new and not obvious to a person skilled in the art. A relatively small directive proposal designed to overhaul a few technicalities in/


Protection of Software-Implemented Inventions: International Legal Framework Sub-Regional Seminar on Protection of Computer Software Mangalia August 26,

Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement) Article 27.1 Patents shall be available for any inventions, whether product or process, in all field of technology, provided that they are new, involve inventive step and are capable of industrial application. Article 27.2 and 27.3 Members may exclude certain subject matter (ex. plants and animals). Computer programs and business methods are not expressly excluded from patentability. Article 29.2/


TECHNOLOGY MILESTONES FROM THE CHEMISTS VIEW II. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS Innovations in chemistry, engineering, and electronics from the end of.

introduced to allow an exact replication of an image to be made. Chemical innovations in facsimile technology include new toners and inks, advanced paper technology, and organic photoreceptor technology in the 1970s. Telephotography II/downtown (1977) II.2. Computer Technology Evolution of computers Chemical engineering has fueled the computing revolution and continues to make computers faster, powerful, and affordable. In 1939, the first electronic computer is invented at Iowa State University. Programmable/


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of Pennsylvania complete ENIAC, a room-sized computer consisting of 10,000 high-speed vacuum tubes 1947: The transistor is invented at Bell Telephone Laboratories 1948:Dennis Gabor, a Hungarian-born scientist, invents holography; in 1971 he receives the Nobel Prize for his invention/ New Broadcast Technology Tom Worthington FACS Visiting Fellow, Department of Computer Science, Australian National University and Director, Tomw Communications Pty Ltd For the POWER PANEL: "New technological capabilities" of /


Where Are You? Assessing Technology Integration.

, same tasks More complex tools 4. Appropriation 5. Invention New tools, different tasks More complex tasks Apple Education Library http://www.apple.com/education/k12/leadership/acot/library.h tml Entry Phase Teachers use traditional print-based media. Learning activities center around seat- based work. Teachers are most concerned about the basic operation of computers. I just dont have time! Adoption Phase Classroom instruction/


Affects of Technology on Society This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0402616. Any opinions, findings.

benefits but at the same time it can have negative consequences. Technology affects our society significantly. For example one of the most advanced inventions is the computer. The computer might be considered the greatest invention ever (next to the telephone and light bulb) and we are constantly finding new ways to improve it. Computers influence many aspects of our lives, including: medicine, communications, mathematics, entertainment, business, agriculture, and all/


Social and Economic Implication of the use of the Computers By Indrani Chakraborty For IX CS.

benefits but at the same time it can have negative consequences. Technology affects our society significantly. For example one of the most advanced inventions is the computer. The computer might be considered the greatest invention ever (next to the telephone and light bulb) and we are constantly finding new ways to improve it. Computers influence many aspects of our lives, including: medicine, communications, mathematics, entertainment, business, agriculture, and all/


LMIIT ‘S TECHNOLOGICA COMPUTER EDUCATION

inventions were the foundation of the modern information processing industry. Large-scale automated data processing of punched cards was performed for the U.S. Census in 1890 by Holleriths company, which later became the core of IBM. By the end of the 19th century a number of technologies that would later prove useful in the realization of practical computers/ MAKE SHORTCUT OR REPRESENTATIVE FILE ON DESKTOP: STEPS: RIGHT CLICK ON DESKTOP – NEW – SHORTCUT – BROWSE – SELECT THE DRIVE – SELECT THE FILE – OPEN /


Technology and Treasury Trends Central Florida Government Financial Officers Association Chapter Meeting February 8, 2013 | 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

26 Rethinking Banking Banks are exploring how emerging technologies and insights into human behavior can transform the customers’ experience and elevate the role of the bank in their financial lives. Banks seek to invent new ways to anticipate the needs and desires of customers down to the level of the individual to put every customer in total control of his or her own financial future, to rethink/


Patentability of computer implemented inventions

, legal basis and other criteria in the field of information technology. The first module deals with patentability and exclusions from patentability in Europe and includes examples of patentable and non-patentable subject-matter. The second module discusses the examination of computer-implemented inventions with respect to the requirements of Art. 52 EPC (exclusion, industrial application, novelty and inventive step). Examples of case law and potential wording for claims are/


Novelty and Inventive Step in the Field of CII

(encryption of data) resource allocation in an operating system no further technical effect aesthetical effects of music or a video new rules for an auction scheme selling and booking sailing cruise packages calculation of a pension/for the assessment of inventive step for computer-implemented inventions taking into account the principles developed in recent case law. It teaches to identify first the aspects of the claimed features which define the non-technological part of the invention, in this/


Chapter 1: Introduction to the Microprocessor and Computer

of fast-paced evolution The Mechanical Age Idea of computing system not new. Calculating with a machine dates to 500 BC. Babylonians invented the abacus. first mechanical calculator strings of beads perform calculations Used by ancient priests to keep track of storehouses of/processors most ingenious feature contains two independent internal integer processors called superscaler technology Jump prediction speeds execution of program loops; internal floating-point coprocessor handles floating-point data. /


History of Computing Chapter 1. Introduction to Social and Ethical Computing  Historical Development of Computing  Development of the Internet  Development.

to alter or destroy a computer system resource  Spreads in the new environment  Attacks major system  Weakens the capacity of resources to perform  1972 – virus used to describe piece of unwanted computer code Growth of Computer Vulnerabilities The Case for Computer Ethics Education  What is Computer Ethics  James H. Moore  First coined the phrase "computer ethics“  Computer ethics is the analysis of the nature and social impact of computer technology and the corresponding formulation and/


David G Scalise. WaveDescription Agricultural Wave 1800 bc-1750 Land ownership equated to power and position and was the basis of politics and economics.

Lee Tim Berners-Lee – invention of internet protocol (HTTP) and www 2000Apple Computers Apple Computers – portable music device known as the IPOD 2010PrintBrush PrintBrush – Alex Breton portable architecture and design tool DecadeBusiness and corporate philosophies 1900US Steel Company Formed 1910Computing and tabulation via IBM 1920Mass transit and doing and traveling worldwide as Boeing develops engine 1930Development of color technology through Technicolor 1940Medical technology breakthroughs such as the/


USA and Canada Updates Presentation on behalf of FICPI Douglas N. Deeth President, Communications ACTING FOR THE IP PROFESSION WORLD WIDE.

to great uncertainty and to the devaluing of inventions of practical utility and economic potential.” The Majority/Computers and Patentability The use of a computer to improve an existing technological process could be patentable subject matter However, given the ubiquity of computers, merely reciting generic computer implementation to turn an abstract idea into patent-eligible subject matter would permit monopolization of the abstract idea by a drafting exercise. Fall in Patent Litigation The number of new/


The case of patent monopolies Seminar for the Socio-Legal Research Centre Griffith University 17 August 2009 Hazel V J Moir © commercial.

volume “exploding” AU grants: up by 30% 1990-2000 up by 46% 1991-1999 Types of inventiveness allowed Use of computers or networks  with well-known methods Combining well-known elements  the more elements the easier to claim Trivial variations on existing methods  e.g. application of well-known techniques in new “fields” (audit, benchmarking) No embodiment  no distinction between “idea” and artefact Type I and/


2005.01.20 - SLIDE 1IS146 - Spring 2005 What Are New Media? Prof. Marc Davis & Prof. Peter Lyman UC Berkeley SIMS Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm.

.01.20 - SLIDE 49IS146 - Spring 2005 Key Questions for Today What are New Media? –New Media are computational technologies for representation and communication How do New Media reshape people, technology, time, and space? –New Media create new configurations of people and technology redefining their boundaries –New Media enable us to connect across time and space in real-time –New Media enable us to programmatically shape the objects, processes, and places we are/


Mass Communication and Technology

with a portable DVD player. By: Rachel Holscher How has Mass Communication Technologies affected today’s society? With the invention of computers and the telephone, so much time is saved in communicating ideas to other/new technology? Why or why not? We are always transitioning into new technology because new tools and ways of using those tools (and the subsequent problems created by old and new technologies alike) are constantly introduced to us in all areas of our life. The proliferation of technology/


The Anatomy of a Patent Understanding the legal vs. technical significance of claims, specifications and drawings in different contexts DUANE R. VALZ ~

technology is outdated and irrelevant to the Internet! 5,164,839Claim 1 28 Copyright © 2008 Duane R Valz. All Rights Reserved Patents & Litigation Defenses ► Broad patent claims cover more possible implementations of a new invention (including those never envisioned at the time of the original invention), thereby maximizing chances of/ preprogrammed in a memory device selectable by a host computer at a central data station … The host computer in conjunction with other electronics transmits the video program /


Douglas Engelbart The inventor of computer mouse Shiyu Ji Shiyu Ji COMP 1631 COMP 1631 Winter 2011 Winter 2011.

wheels. Thoughts of Inventing Mouse Four or/of Technology ” In 2001, “ British Computer Society ’ s Lovelace Medal ” In 2001, “ British Computer Society ’ s Lovelace Medal ” Honors In 2005, A Fellow ofComputer History Museum ” and honored with “ Norbert Wiener Award ”. In 2005, A Fellow ofComputer History Museum ” and honored with “ Norbert Wiener Award ”. In 2008, honored at the celebration “ Mother of All Demos ” In 2008, honored at the celebration “ Mother of All Demos ” In 2009, an New/


Leonard Madzingaidzo (Ph.D)

research. Reference: Paper by Dr Dharam Vir, Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (2008): On Management of Intellectual Property & Technology Transfer. History of Patent Protection in India: Pre-1970 1856 The Act VI of 1856 on protection of inventions based on the British Patent Law of 1852. Certain exclusive privileges granted to inventors of new manufacturers for a period of 14 years. Provided for process as well as product patents in all areas/


The History of Computers

It was programmable, thanks to the punched card technology of Jacquard. Babbage saw that the pattern of holes in a punch card could be used /of the Mark I, Howard Aiken of Harvard, estimated in 1947 that six electronic digital computers would be sufficient to satisfy the computing needs of the entire United States. The Future of Computers? IBM had commissioned this study to determine whether it should bother developing this new invention into one of its standard products (up until then computers were one-of/


Prepared by: Jasper Francisco. The Early Years 1  In the early years, before the computer was invented, there were several inventions of counting machine.

generation computers (Present & Beyond) Are technologies more advance and still being developed so that it is more efficient The fifth generation computers are such as :  Silicone chips  Processor Robotics  Virtual reality  Intelligent systems Programs which translate languages New Era Computers The technology of computers are more advance, sophisticated and modern The latest invention of the new era are :  Supercomputers  Mainframe computers  Mini computers  Personal computer  Mobile computer END


Inventions, Tools, and Technology SOLVE PROBLEMS Third Grade GLE 0307.T/E.1 Describe how tools, technology, and inventions help to answer questions and.

1 Describe how tools, technology, and inventions help to answer questions and solve problems. Problems help inventors create inventions and make their inventions the best they can be!!!! To begin please think about your favorite game, sports equipment, computer device, or anything / take many years to solve the problems in their inventions. Problems are one clue to let you know you are on the right path to a great new invention. Remember the 4 R’s of inventions: ReSearch, ReDesign, ReModel, and ReWork Are we/


1 Bryan A. Geurts, Chief Patent Counsel, Chris Edwards, Patent Counsel January 26, 2010 THE LIFE OF THE MIND: Intellectual Property and Data Rights Procurement.

Business and Non-Profit 1852.227-70 New Technology –Large Entities 1852.227-72 Designation of New Technology Representative and Patent Representative 1852.227-71 Requests for Waiver of Rights to Inventions 1852.227-84 Patent Rights Clauses 14 /) for appropriate treatment 33 Proprietary Data Marked with notice or legend such as: –limited rights data, restricted computer software –SBIR data –proposal data (technical) –Copyright –Confidential or Proprietary Confidential Disclosure Agreements (CDA’s)- generally/


11 CLASS 6 Trademarks pt. 2; Trade Dress; Patent Law pt. 2; Formation of Corporations Legal Environment Randy Canis.

use of the term ‘comprising’ captures technologies with all the elements described in the body of the claim; whether the technology /invents any new, original, and ornamental design for an article of manufacture.” Therefore, for a design to be ornamental within the requirements of 35 U.S.C. 171, it must be “created for the purpose of ornamenting.” … 1504.01(c) Lack of Ornamentality 104 Types of Design Patent Protection Available 1)Configuration of an article of manufacturer –Design of a scissors, a computer/


CSCI 6316 Design for Information Technology Class Introduction Fall, 2014.

for Information Technology” The course … –“Provides design technique for information technology systems, including web and mobile technologies. Students complete projects focusing on the critique of existing systems and the design of new application systems.”/of Damocles –Actual camera-like metal shutters Not OSHA approved The “Personal Computer”, 1 Vision, or Design, then Technology to Support Dynabook (Alan Kay, 1977): "The best way to predict the future is to invent it." Conceptualized notebook computer/


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