COMPARATIVE INDICATORS AND NATURAL COMPUTING AS ALTERNATIVE FOR PROSPECTING PATENTS IN NANOSCIENCES
Intangible assets are those that ensure differentiation and exponential economic returns in the business world. In this scenario leading organizations whose primary focus on competitive strategy and sustainability in order to align and optimize the application of intellectual property rights for the conquest of markets increasingly promising. This reality comes against various aspects, especially those of national sovereignty and the establishment of technological barriers. To evaluate this problem, just look at the growing number of patents filed in Brazil by international groups in the areas of nanoscience, such as: nanotechnology, nanobiotechnology, nanomaterials, MEMS, NEMS, nanofluids, nanoagro and nano electrochemical conversion and energy storage. These indicators are trails that show the connections between scientific phenomena, technological, economic, social, political and cultural rights on a "reality" that purport to represent or emulate. That is, the holders of the patents mentioned above are non-residents who are "dominate" the domestic market before our eyes and, therefore, public policies must be created to correct this distortion. This paper presents a reflection on the topic at hand and intended to be an original script and examples (not exhaustive) for policy innovation and protection of sensitive knowledge, as well as a proposal for the development of an information system for support of the judgment by means of natural computing, for analysis, modeling and strategic use of patent indicators in nanosciences.