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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeb B View Post
    @Karim Corporations are Dictatorships - not Democracies. The CEO is king and everyone doesn't get a vote. So yeah, follow that model into the Capitalism being the opposite of Democracy. Easy logic: Top Down v Bottom Up representation and rewards
    Here, you're saying that corporations are not internally democratic, which at the same time you're saying that capitalism is the opposite of democracy. Are you saying two different things at the same time?

    Movie sets are not democratic - in fact they're quite feudalistic. I can't imagine them being any other way.
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    They don't have much of a capability to far. The Google announcement that their search AI was as good as a 6 year old or something, was unreal. Day one I used that thing, I thought something had gone terribly wrong. How many hundreds, if not thousands, of hours of failing health did I have to waste on search with the AI?

    At this point, maybe it is possible to use a comparative class system to ask if there is anything similar in the database to a method, and search nearby categories as well. To reduce a method to a common format which all other identical methods in different words result in the same basic functional description in the format. Then the examiners can examine against that subset. The next step is to examine against the public record with the same sort of techniques. So, the internet and publications, and return the there to be examined. In that way the examiners can be sped up.
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    Elon Musk on sharing Patents: when you own the Casino . . . you can give away a couple chips here and there ;-)

    He is playing the slow hand where he knows that the bigger upside is the Utility Grid scale battery installations. On Kauai Tesla did a huge PV panel / battery installation to demonstrate the collaboration potential with existing Utility Companies. His Australia installation demonstrated mastery of execution. Giving away electric car patents was a shrewd move to get planet to critical mass for renewables.

    https://arstechnica.com/cars/2017/12...battery-array/

    Like Autodesk not enforcing licensing for AutoCAD in the early days - give to get. One day folks will understand that concept and stop viewing business as a zero sum game
    Elon Musk giving away patents of old tesla models.... Did anyone pick those up? I mean the tech moved forward with major leaps and those inventions where outdated before he even gave them away. It's like he now got the diesel engine so he was kind enough to give away the drawing for how to make a horse wagon. More of "Im a saint and Im saving the planet" kind of marketing stunt if you ask me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Björn Benckert View Post
    Elon Musk giving away patents of old tesla models.... Did anyone pick those up? I mean the tech moved forward with major leaps and those inventions where outdated before he even gave them away. It's like he now got the diesel engine so he was kind enough to give away the drawing for how to make a horse wagon. More of "Im a saint and Im saving the planet" kind of marketing stunt if you ask me.
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    Um. No. Not exactly... Tesla freely licenses ALL of their patents. They will still pursue legal action against those who do not license and they will fight to protect their patents. However, if one wishes to license for use in a legit product (like another electric car, solar array battery backup, etc..) they will license the patent free of charge. This has always been the case. They don’t however license specific IP or technical designs like their motors, drive train, etc.. Some patents are shared like their battery pack and cell designs and cell formulations — all jointly held at the moment with Panasonic. Those patents are also available to license and while not free, they are said to be “well beyond reasonable.”
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    The whole thing of those formulations and gigafactory. They are expected to be greatly exceeded.

    The licensing might help foster cheaper electric cars, which I think Tesla/Elon wanted to see.
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