During the months of December 2020 to February 2021, The Lynx Consortium conducted the Lynx Webinar Series, presenting the project and its most outstanding achievements to SMEs, LegalTech and RegTech companies and the public.

The first webinar provided an overview of the Lynx project, the Legal Knowledge Graph and its application to Lynx, and the Lynx architecture, services and pilots. The second webinar provided insights into the compliance services related to the three pilots of Lynx and their objectives, requirements and technical solutions in the domains of labour law, contract analysis and management, and geothermal energy compliance recommender. The third webinar focused on a technical audience, providing insights into the overall architecture of the Lynx Services Platform and details and demos of the basic services: document manager, workflow manager, API manager, and authorization & identity management. On top of that, the fourth webinar demonstrated these services: Named Entity Extraction, Relation Extraction, Question-Answering, Machine Translation and Lexicala cross-lingual lexical data.

The Lynx YouTube channel contains all the recordings of the Lynx Webinar Series as well as demos for the Time Extraction and Entity Linking Services. Moreover, the SlideShare channel stores the slide decks used in the four webinars.

The following webinars were held:

1. Lynx overall introduction (10.12.2020) (Slides)
2. 3 Business Cases on top of the Lynx Legal Knowledge Graph (14.1.2021) (Slides)
3. The Lynx Services Platform (LynxSP) – Part 1: Overview (11.2.2021) (Slides)
4. The Lynx Services Platform (LynxSP) – Part 2: The Services (18.2.2021) (Slides)

About Lynx

The main objective of Lynx is to provide more effective ways of accessing huge amounts of digital regulatory compliance documents, including legislation, case law, standards, industry norms and best practices. In particular, this solution envisages an ecosystem of smart cloud services to better manage compliance documents, based on a Legal Knowledge Graph, which integrates and links heterogeneous compliance data sources.