The myth of the secretive inventor: most inventors choose to disclose their patents early

“When we examine indicators of patent value, we find consistent evidence that the least-valuable and least-impactful patents are those that opted for pre-grant secrecy,” Hegde said in a statement.

The AIPA was never meant to hurt inventors. Instead, it’s a bill that fosters the public’s access to patents and brings social benefits. By having patent information available as early as possible, society can avoid unnecessary duplicative research spending. If rooky inventors find all of this confusing, they can always seek counseling such as InventHelp so they can just focus on what they do best — invent the future.

#InventHelp #patent #inventions #inventors #invention_ideas #invention_help #prototype #technology #innovation

https://www.zmescience.com/science/news-science/myth-secretive-inventor-0523/

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