Workshop within the 31st International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (JURIX), hosted by the Faculty of Law and the department of Artificial Intelligence in the Bernoulli Institute of Mathematics, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Faculty of Science and Engineering of the University of Groningen. Groningen, NL, 12th of December 2018
The first edition was organized by the University of Luxembourg, and it took place the 13th of December 2017 in Luxembourg. More information about this event can be accessed under this link.
Supported by LYNX: Building the Legal Knowledge Graph for Smart Compliance Services in Multilingual Europe
In December 2017, the 1st edition of the Workshop on Technologies for Regulatory Compliance took place (http://terecom2017.lynx-project.eu) within the JURIX conference in Luxembourg. The meeting was auspiced by the H2020 Lynx project (http://lynx-project.eu) and was a first survey of the technologies of interest for the project purposes. Thirteen works of direct nature were presented, some with a more legal character, some in the field of artificial intelligence and some with a bias towards the area of language technologies. The workshop attracted interest both in the industry and in the academia, convening an heterogeneous audience and illuminated by the invited talks of Enrico Francesconi, Rodolfo Maslias and Guido Governatori. In this second edition, the objectives of the Lynx project have been advanced but the demand for contributions in language technologies towards regulatory compliance is still there.
The LYNX project is based on a very simple idea: the critical mass of legal open data on the web has been reached and if duly collected, analysed and interlinked as a Legal Knowledge Graph, it will be ready to enable a new breed of multilingual services for compliance. Thus the areas of interest in this workshop are three: (a) theoretical foundations and the legal regulatory framwork towards compliance in Europe; (b) the semantic web technologies which support the legal knowledge graph and (c) language technologies used to bridge the idiomatic barrier that hampers the commerce of products and services in Europe –for the latter see the also akin Workshop on Language Resources and Technologies for the Legal Knowledge Graph which took place in Japan in May 2018 within the LREC2018 conference.
The 2nd TeReCom workshop welcomes research in technologies for regulatory compliance, specially if using semantic resources or if applying Artificial Intelligence advances. Topics include but are not limited to:
Proceedings will be published as CEUR-WS proceedings before the workshop’s day.
See the online proceedings of the 1st TeReCom edition at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2049.
Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
Program committee pending