Chris and Megan discuss the sequel to Moneyball, in which Michael Lewis points out flaws in human decision-making that have applicability to patent prosecution. Like most experts, patent practitioners have inherent biases that can negatively impact their strategic decision-making. And just like the sports industry, the patent industry is undergoing a revolution due to the emergence of data that can help mitigate these biases.

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