MICROSOFT ACCEPTS INTraspexION INTO ITS “MICROSOFT FOR STARTUPS” PROGRAM
There were two major events in 2018. Getting accepted into “Microsoft for Startups” is allowing us to put our deep learning model for employment discrimination in Azure, and test it with our held-out set of 20,401 emails.
Our deep learning patent portfolio grows to 8!
As 2018 comes to an end, our patent portfolio grew to 8 “deep learning” patents, more than anyone's except Google, IBM, Microsoft, and Siemens Healthcare, which places us in 5th place among the Top 10. Our 8th patent, No. 10,095,992, is a breakthrough in that it’s the first set of U.S. patent claims that use blockchain to enable deep learning.
Intraspexion graduates from Enron emails to corporate data
On or about October 6, 2017, Intraspexion completed a system "stress test" with an NYSE company. Intraspexion is contractually barred from disclosing the company name or any other Confidential Information.
Intraspexion achieves ownership of seven (7) "Deep Learning" software system Patents
On September 12, 2017, the USPTO published the last of Intraspexion's current portfolio of seven (7) "Deep Learning" software system patents. In connection with Intraspexion's patents, 120 claims were made and all 120 claims were allowed. The patents are listed under our Patents tab.
ceo nick brestoff presents talk to Stanford's codex audience
On June 8, 2017, Nick Brestoff spent an hour presenting on the two topics of How to Build a Company-Specific Litigation Risk Profile and What Intraspexion Does. Subsequently, CodeX Fellow Monica Bay published Nick's profile on the CodeX website.
intraspexion's first talk to a corporate legal tech audience goes to acc's legal operations members
On June 6, 2017, Nick Brestoff gave his first talk to a legal tech audience. The venue was the Legal Ops Conference of the Association of Corporate Counsel in Chicago. The moderator was Peter Krakaur, currently the Vice President, Business Solutions, at UnitedLex.
U.S. Patent & Trademark office issues key "Deep learning" PATEnt to intraspexion's founder
On January 24, 2017, the USPTO issued U.S. Patent No. 9,552,548 for “Using Classified Text and Deep Learning Algorithms to Identify Risk and Provide Early Warning” to Nick Brestoff, who assigned the patent to Intraspexion. Intraspexion’s patent counsel were Dan Cotman and Obi Iloputaife, both with Cotman IP Law Group, PLC, in Pasadena, CA. Both Dan and Obi are co-founders of Intraspexion.
Notably, it took the USPTO less than 4 months to go from Nick's application, which was filed on September 27, 2016, to issuance on January 24, 2017.
INTRASPEXIOn's first-ever talk goes to an ai audience
On November 7 & 8, 2016, Intraspexion’s founder and CEO Nick Brestoff gave his first public talks about Intraspexion at the AI World Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
On September 15, 2016, Intraspexion internally demonstrated its architecture involving both a user interface and a deep learning engine. Nick Brestoff, F. Scott Barker, Mike Becker, and Jagannath Rajagopal were the principal technology, programming, and data science contributors.
On August 20, 2015, with the assistance of attorney Sean Doherty, Nick Brestoff founded Intraspexion as a Delaware for-profit corporation.
KAREN L. MASON'S master's degree CAPSTONE PROJECT
Karen needed a “capstone” project to partially satisfy the requirements for her Masters of Science in Information Management degree from the University of Washington. Nick Brestoff proposed that she write a software solution in python for scraping and extracting text from the federal judiciary's litigation database known as PACER. Karen learned python and completed the project, which you can see when you click here.
Karen earned her degree in 2015, and now works for the City of Seattle.