Lynx Technical Meeting in Vienna


During the 22nd and 23rd of May, a Lynx technical meeting is taking place in Vienna, hosted by Semantic Web Company

Technical representatives from each member organisation of Lynx consortium have gathered to clarify some pending issues from the last plenary meeting in Barcelona.

These decisions are crucial to continue developing the Legal Knowledge Graph and build the Lynx platform as sound and stable as possible.

Lynx partner co-organising a workshop at ISWC 2019

Good news! The workshop proposal sent to ISWC 2019, co-organised by Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Lynx partner from UPM, has been accepted!

The workshop is called International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Technologies for Legal Documents (AI4LEGAL) and it is also being co-organised by Manolis Koubarakis (University of Athens), Grigoris Antoniou (University of Huddersfield), Guido Governatori (Data 61 CSIRO) and Yoshinobu Kano (Shizuoka University).

AI4LEGAL will be held during the International Semantic Web Conference (26th-30th October 2019) in Auckland, New Zealand. See website for more details.

4th Lynx Plenary Meeting being celebrated in Barcelona

About twenty members of Lynx Consortium are meeting in Barcelona during these days (29th-30th April) to recap the project status and address new action points for the upcoming months.

The meeting, hosted by Cuatrecasas, is a crucial appointment since the project is now in month 17. This means the middle of the project, time to carefully select the next steps in order to accomplish fixed goals and milestones.

Moreover, the Advisory Board, composed by Philipp Cimiano, Marie-Claude L’Homme and Neil Wilkof, attended as well (present and online). They raised useful questions and enriching suggestions that will for sure be of great help to boost the project.


Lynx Coding Sprint taking place in Cercedilla

During this week, several collaborators of Lynx initiative are staying at UPM's facilities in Cercedilla to work in the different packages of the project.  This "coding sprint week" started on Monday and will be finished on Friday, 1st of March.

Representatives of Semantic Web Company, Openlaws, DFKI, Tilde, K Dictionaries, Alpenite, Universidad de Zaragoza and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid are joining efforts to take the most of these days and reach consistent results.