The United States Patent Office (USPTO) experiences a high-volume of patent applications that patent officers must process. Applications comprise a range of data elements, including free text, form fields, handwriting, images, image-based PDFs, and more. The data isn’t searchable or minable for the critical information that the USPTO required to effectively function.
Join Tammy Bilitzky to learn how DCL implemented artificial intelligence to identify, classify, structure, and return large datasets back to the USPTO in a lights-out production process. Spoiler alert: The system continues to achieve a 99.6% accuracy rate with zero human intervention.
Tammy Bilitzky is CIO at DCL, where she’s responsible for managing the company’s technology department and continuing its focus on resilient, high-quality, and innovative products while helping to grow the organization. Tammy has extensive experience in leveraging technology to deliver client value, supporting business process transformation, and managing complex, large-scale programs onshore and offshore. Tammy seeks to ensure that DCL uses the best talent and tools in the marketplace and tp implement methodologies that will consistently provide clients with superior quality. Previously, she spent three decades at Marsh and McLennan Inc. subsidiary Guy Carpenter & Co., LLC, a global leader of reinsurance and capital management, where she successfully served in numerous senior technology management roles.
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