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US patent office embraces MarkLogic

It looks like the US Patent and Trademark Office will, at least, get some better search functionality across its database:

Now, MarkLogic, an a NoSQL database provider specializing in MXL data services, is working with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in an effort to make applications easier to complete, and make the review process easier to do. XML is one way to render different types of information like word documents, PDFs, and images into a central database and present the information back to users. Previously, if an individual or company wanted to apply for a patent or trademark, they had to look through paper manuals and applications to understand how to present their unique inventions for review.

I just hope MarkLogic could implement some sort of triggers or rules that would deny completely unreasonable patents.

Original title and link: US patent office embraces MarkLogic (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://civsourceonline.com/2013/04/25/us-patent-office-embraces-big-data/