2nd Lynx Coding Sprint at Cercedilla

Last week, during the 27th-31st of January, several member of Lynx project were reunited in Cercedilla for the last coding sprint of the project. The objective of this 5 days meeting was to spot and solve blocking issues to proceed with the last improvements of the Legal Knowledge Graph.

Representatives from the three pilots also attended in order to adapt the platform to their requirements: Labour Law (Cuatrecasas), Contracts (openlaws) and Industrial Standards (DNV-GL). 


Success at JURIX Industry Session

Lynx project was present throughout the whole JURIX conference, hosted by the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid during the 11-13 December. However, the project was of special interest in JURIX Industry Session, were several of the project partners' were participating (openlaws, Cuatrecasas and UPM). 

Some of the use cases were presented as well by their corresponding coordinators. The different exploitation applications of the Legal Knowledge Graph aroused the interest of the audience, both for academics and business professionals.

Lynx service "Añotador" presented at LKE Conference in Dublin


Our colleague María Navas attended today to the international symposium Language and Knowledge Engineering, held from the 29th to the 31st of October in Dublin, Ireland, to present the temporal tagger Añotador. This tool is one of the microservices in the Lynx platform, and it is able to process text in Spanish and English in order to detect and normalize dates, times, durations and sets of temporal expressions.

More information can be found in its website, in the Lynx project annotation services website and soon in the conference proceedings.



Lynx co-organises the JURIX Industry Session

The JURIX Industry Session will convene experts from the knowledge management in law firms and innovative legaltech SMEs based on AI to discuss the latest advances in the area. The event will take place on Wednesday 11th from 14:00 at Fundación Gómez Pardo in Madrid.

Christian Sageder and Pascual Boil will present the project results before an estimated audience of 95 people, with representatives from about 50 companies. The interest of these companies on the project results will be polled and different modalities of exploitation will be discussed. This event has been co-organised by Lynx, together with the association Legal Hackers Madrid, and the sponsoring of ReMeP (Research Meets Practice) and La Trobe University.

This unprecedented event will bind together people from the academia (the JURIX conference is taking place in the next-door building) and a strong representation of the companies interested in the sector

For more info see a video interview and a press release.

Lynx meets in Vienna to discuss the exploitation of the project results


On October 29th, 8 partners of Lynx met in Vienna to discuss on the exploitation of the project results and the life of the Lynx innovations after the project has formally finished.

Lynx is building a great platform, has defined a number of unique services and is being used to built vertical solutions. With these ingredients, we only need to reach our users and make their compliance easier!