AI-driven features to eliminate language barriers
Eureka eliminates the language barrier between legal and technical language with PatentDNA, an AI especially engineered to extract technical insights from patents.
Enhanced technology & company monitoring
Set alerts and stay ahead of new developments in different technology topics and companies with Eureka’s dashboard.
Search designed for R&D teams
Find technical solutions using our GPT AI search which has trained specifically on patent and literature data; all within the security of the Patsnap ecosystem.
Seamless & secure collaboration
Review the AI-driven summary and graphical representations of your search results, then seamlessly share them with your team.
Search through problems and skip complicated Boolean queries
An alternative to Boolean search methods, our AI-powered search engine enables you to search for inventions using simple technical keywords, a paragraph of text or advanced filters designed especially for innovators.Sign Up For Free
Find concise technical solutions with Eureka-AI
Eureka’s GPT features have been trained specifically with patent and literature data. These features effectively process natural language queries of any invention or technological concept and present you with accurate and succinct, patent-sourced results and summaries.Sign Up For Free
Validate your ideas with key insights and convert them to shareable reports
Easily obtain insights that could help you take your research to the next level. Eureka streamlines your idea submission stage with features that analyze similar patents, map technology trends, and generate drafts for your invention disclosure.Sign Up For Free
Seamlessly generate reports and share your findings
Whether you are looking to share findings or monitor technical solutions for your research, Eureka can help you stay up-to-date monitoring and seamless collaboration.Sign Up For Free
Turning disparate data points into actionable R&D intelligence
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