In this clip, The Patent Professor® explains the 3 requirements for patents: the idea has to be new, non-obvious, and useful. An idea qualifies as new if there are no existing patents for it in the United States or globally. An idea is useful if it does what it intends to do and is helpful to a task. An idea qualifies as non-obvious if it is completely different from any others with existing patents.
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