Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5
- Media & Entertainment
IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 6784
The companyâ€™s focus is to create more comprehensive access to Internet, print, broadcast and other media to all people regardless of their network connection, device, location, or any disabilities an individual may have. Licensor solves Internet accessibility problems with a powerful content management system and a unique media player that utilizes streaming audio navigation. The features of Licensor technology include text-to-speech conversations, as well as intelligent audio or visual display outputs. The end-to-end combination of functionality and features are unique drivers of Licensorâ€™s patented software.
IPSCIO Record ID: 25983
The Licensor has developed patented, Internet content publication and distribution software that enables conversion of any media into accessible formats and allows for real time distribution to end users on any Internet connected device. The companyâ€™s focus is to create more comprehensive access to Internet, print, broadcast and other media to all people regardless of their network connection, device, location, or any disabilities an individual may have.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3482
The Family of patents include but are not limited to (1) United States Patent Number 7,653,544 and all continuations and continuations in-part, (2) Patent Number 7966184 and all continuations and continuations in part, and (3) Patent Number 7653544 and all continuations and continuations in-part.
IPSCIO Record ID: 6438
The Knowledge Generatorâ„¢ product was developed with various software user-interface enablers to promote the utilization of several of the userâ€™s senses during the learning process; to see (visualize), listen, compose, speak, reply, interact and react to information by keyboard touch, sound and voice. The Knowledge Generatorâ„¢ system addresses many learning needs of students from preschool to college, from one phonetic sound to complete pronunciation of phrases, from learning one word to understanding and writing complete sentences, from listening to speaking and comprehension and so on. Users can simply import, in various formats (i.e. word document, RTF, html, etc.), textual content they want to learn and the Knowledge Generatorâ„¢ software application tools will automatically create interactive subject based learning or skills training lessons, tests and subsequently, scores.
Its patent pending e-learning engine takes a third partyâ€™s dormant textual content and automatically creates exercises, tests and scores to enable learners to acquire knowledge faster than passive learning methods.
The Licensor's current product lines to be marketed are known as the Syntality Knowledge Generator, and Complete English Real Time Intelligent Self Learning Systems. The Syntality Knowledge Generator has been designed and developed as a complete educational integrated system that addresses individual general needs to special needs and can turn any textual information into knowledge quickly. With more than 200 individual enabling learning tools the system covers most learning needs from Preschool to College; from one Phonetic sound to complete pronunciation phrases; from learning one word to complete sentences, from writing, listening to speaking and comprehension and so on.
Master Copy shall mean the master copy of a Program, including without limitation all source code, object code and executable code embodied in the Program and any additional software necessary to replicate or reproduce such Program in CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, USB (flash drive) form or other mutually agreed upon hardware delivery mechanism with security encryption (e.g. dongle, etc.) and/or in such format to be able to host the Program on a server-based digital distribution localized or web-based (internet) network described in a SOW.
Program Name. Knowledge Generator / Examatar – China ESL
Features and Functionality
Knowledge Generator & Examatar Product
Text Calculations or Estimations;
Keywords and List of Words;
Reading and Comprehension;
Vocabulary Drills Exercises; and
Trademark/Tradename/Product name as they are to appear in program documentation. Mount Knowledge, the Mount Knowledge logo, Syntality and Knowledge Generator are trademarks of Licensor, Inc which may be registered in some jurisdictions.
IPSCIO Record ID: 7421
The patents relate to enabling technology for identifying media content on the Internet, such as audio and video, and taking further action to be performed based on such identification, including among others, the insertion of advertising and the facilitation of the purchase of goods and services.
The patents (U.S. Patent No. 7,058,223, No. 8,010,988, No. 8,020,187 and No. 8,205,237) are based on a patent application filed in 2000 and have patent terms extending into 2023.
US Patent #7,058,223
Identifying works for initiating a work-based action, such as an action on the internet
June 6, 2006
US Patent #8,010,988
Using features extracted from an audio and/or video work to obtain information about the work
August 30, 2011
US Patent #8,020,187
Identifying works, using a sub linear time search or a non-exhaustive search, for initiating a work-based action, such as an action on the internet September 13, 2011
US Patent #8,205,237
Identifying works, using a sub-linear time search, such as an approximate nearest neighbor search, for initiating a work-based action, such as an action on the internet
Patent App. No.
Publication No. & Date
US Pat. App. No. 13/338,079
Method for using extracted features from an electronic work
Provisional App. No.
US Provisional App. No. 60/232,618
Identifying and linking television audio, print and other media to the internet
September 14, 2000