SANTA FE, N.M.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kyield announced today that its founder Mark Montgomery was issued an artificial intelligence patent (#8005778) by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), titled "Modular System for Optimizing Knowledge Yield In the Digital Workplace."
The claims in the issued patent cover a self-managed system that enables individuals and organizations the ability to tailor the quality and quantity of their data consumption in a continuously adaptable manner, with automated auditing of data on the Web, Intranet, and mobile devices. The patented technology was developed to effectively manage big data and overcome the complex business intelligence challenges in the digital workplace that have proven to negatively impact individual and organizational performance.
“The patent validation of our novel approach to data optimization will help deliver the ability for individuals and organizations to optimize their performance yield curve on a continuous basis, easily tailoring to specific needs, with deep metrics and essential differentiation in the digital workplace that has long-been commoditized,” stated Mark Montgomery, Founder and CEO of Kyield. "The claims covered by this patent are vital in overcoming structural barriers in the data-intensive network environment, including personalized medicine, e-learning, innovation, organizational performance, and crisis prevention”.
The patent represents an important component of the company’s semantic enterprise operating system, which is planned as the foundation of a new independent ecosystem in partnership with licensees.
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Kyield is a privately held company dedicated to developing technologies designed to improve performance in the computing environment for individuals, groups, and organizations. Kyield’s intellectual property and trade craft is sourced from two decades of multi-disciplinary research in knowledge systems, encompassing the fields of artificial intelligence, search, e-learning, social networking, semantics, and organizational management.