January 8, 2020
Happy New Year from all of us here at Morningside! Before we get deep into 2020, let’s take a minute to reflect on the new services, products and other improvements we released in 2019 to help our clients meet their goals. Here are four highlights:
1. We introduced IQ, an instant quoting tool for patent translation & filing
Morningside launched IQ, a ground-breaking instant quoting tool for patent translation & filing, available exclusively to our clients via our IP Platform. Read more about: Morningside’s Year in Review »
December 11, 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved from a software concept into an active presence in our lives. We use it to manage our power grids, analyze medical data and keep planes in the air (just to name a few examples). In general, AI solves problems by performing automated analyses of data based on programmer-supplied algorithms. Often it also incorporates machine learning, where the program trains itself to become “smarter.” No longer is AI just an attempt to replicate human intelligence — it can have a mind of its own — and it can be different. Read more about: Can AI Own Itself? »
November 18, 2019
Many types of life sciences documentation require translation as outlined by each country’s governing medical agency.
Some examples of content that may need to be translated include clinical trial instructions, medical device IFUs (instructions for use), software that runs surgical equipment, medical textbooks and more.
If you’re responsible for procuring professional medical translation services in this unique and highly regulated industry, here are seven things you should know:
1) Absolute accuracy
Medical translations are a specialization, Read more about: 7 Things You Should Know about Professional Medical Translation Services »
November 12, 2019
Surpassed only by China and the United States, Japan is one of the top 3 countries for patent applications worldwide. In 2018, the Japan Patent Office (JPO) received over 300,000 applications – yet only 19% of those applications were filed by non-residents. This imbalance emphasizes the challenges for international applicants looking to file in Japan, as they face high filing costs and potential challenges with patent translations. If you are new to patent filing in Japan, Read more about: 11 Things to Consider If You’re Filing in Japan »