||A new generation of services to citizens, companies, the Public Administration and the institutions that prepare legislative material.
The project started in 2010 with the goal of providing a new generation of services to citizens, companies, the Public Administration and the institutions that prepare legislative material.
The right is becoming, in contemporary society, a complex variable influenced by the following needs:
Citizens and Companies in need of services (eg., How to get an exemption from paying car tax, or how to open a line of credit at a bank) which need to know the procedures described by rules for entitlement. Offices and banks must provide services in accordance with applicable laws. Companies should be able to plan their strategies to adapt to various changes in the context of law.
- Dynamics of the law, with frequent updates on regulations
- Pervasiveness: how to establish a regulation of
- Transparency and accountability in services
- Evaluation of the 'impact of the rules on business
- Management of a network of regulatory documents
- Interaction between national law and the European
- Multilingualism generated by various countries belonging to the European Community
To date there are no tools to support this process, given the complexity of the topic.
ICT4LAW inspired by the above problems to build the core of a new generation of services, deriving precisely from the convergence of ICT with cognitive science and law.
Project funded by Regione Piemonte (Finpiemonte)
|Regional call for projects of industrial research and / or experimental development activities
for the year 2007 as part of "Converging Technologies"
Official Bulletin of the Regione Piemonte n. 44 of 31 October 2007 (p. 155)
- Partner: Consortium formed by twelve partners, including universities, and italian CNR (Centro Nazionale Ricerche)
- Duration: 3 years
- Technology: The objective of the project is the creation of new services that share a common core technology based on:
- Ontologies for the representation of the meaning of legal terms, procedures and services for indexing documents
- Automated processing of natural language, for the retrieval of legal documents and access to sources of information open, "spontaneous" and not structured in order to extract opinions and information on business
- model checking techniques to verify compliance with the procedures used in highly regulated business
- Business process management systems based on XPDL
- Agent-based simulation as a way to obtain predictions in complex systems
- Neural networks for risk assessment in business and statistical methods for the analysis of quantitative data
- Data mining for the analysis of e-commerce websites
- Web crawling for the search of sites