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Who owns the intellectual property tested in the Business Model?

by on January 18, 2022 10:37 pm
If you’re working with a Stanford related-technology (i.e. either research from one of the team members or University IP), you must check with the Office of Technology, Licensing to understand Stanford ownership rights in any resulting IP. You own what Intellectual Property (patents, hardware, algorithms, etc.) you brought to class with you. No one (other… Read more Who owns the intellectual property tested in the Business Model?

My idea is based on deep technology that I have been working on independent of Stanford. Is this the right class, and how is ownership determined?

by on January 18, 2022 10:09 pm
This is the right class to take. See the earlier question on IP ownership. Please reach out to the teaching team if you have additional questions.

My idea is based on deep technology that I have been working on at Stanford. Is this the right class, and how is the ownership determined?

by on January 18, 2022 10:09 pm
This is the right class to take. See the earlier question on IP ownership. Please reach out to the teaching team if you have additional questions.

I feel my idea/Business Model may become a real company and the “next killer app” and I want to own it myself. What should I do?

by on September 23, 2020 11:52 pm
This is more than likely the wrong class to take. Your slides, notes and findings will be publicly shared. Your team owns everything done in class. Discuss Intellectual Property rights with your team from the beginning. If you can’t come to agreement with the team, join another team, pick another project, or drop the class.… Read more I feel my idea/Business Model may become a real company and the “next killer app” and I want to own it myself. What should I do?

Will my Intellectual Property rights be protected when I discuss my ideas with the class?

by on September 23, 2020 11:51 pm
This is an open class. There are no non-disclosures. All your presentations and Customer Discovery and Validation notes, Business Model Canvas, blogs and slides can, and more likely will, be made public. This class is not an incubator. At times you will learn by seeing how previous classes solved the same problems by looking at… Read more Will my Intellectual Property rights be protected when I discuss my ideas with the class?