The abundance, length, depth and complexity of legal texts is constantly growing and makes law-making, legal analysis and enforcement ever more complex. However, new technologies hold significant potential to assist and support policymakers and analysts in these tasks.
On 26 March 2021, we had the chance to welcome two speakers and discuss their cutting edge AI-powered solutions for screening legislations:
- Mr Bertrand de Longueville, European Commission, Joint Research Centre - SeTA, a Semantic Text Analysis tool
- Mr Yannis Charalabidis, Professor of Digital Governance, University of the Aegean - ManyLaws, EU-wide Enhanced Access to Big Open Legal Data
We were thrilled to see your enthusiasm towards there tools and to gather your insights and needs.
In particular, Bertrand, Yannis and the participants shared their impressions on the two tools and what is coming up in the future. Discussions about potential extensions of the tools to other languages, countries, functions and on their availabilities in different formats were raised. Both tools have made their proofs, but they are still being developed and piloted. It was clear from participants' engagement that these tools would be useful in their work and that there would be appetite in digital-ready policymaking.
Scroll down to download the webinar presentations and key takeaways presentation (which includes the webinar recordings).
We would like to thank you again for participating in the webinar.
Click on the links below to find the recordings of each session:
- Recording of the webinar introduction
- Recording of the session on SeTA
- Recording of the session on ManyLaws
We would like to hear about your experience. Fill-in this very short survey (2 minutes) by 9 April to provide us with your feedback. This will help us improve our next webinars and you can also share any ideas on related new topics and solutions.
We look forward to see you in our next virtual breakfast sessions!