This page will collect teaser videos prepared by the authors for demos accepted to JURIX, and for contributions that could not participate to the main conference although present in the proceedings.
Bundestags-Mine: Natural Language Processing for Extracting Key Information from Government Documents, by Kevin Bönisch, Giuseppe Abrami, Sabine Wehnert and Alexander Mehler.
Answer Set Programming for Legal Decision Support and Explanation, by Daniele Theseider Dupre
LeDA: A System for Legal Data Annotation, by Subinay Adhikary, Dwaipayan Roy, Debasis Ganguly, Shouvik Kumar Guha and Kripabandhu Ghosh
LawGiBa - Combining GPT, Knowledge Bases, and Logic Programming in a Legal Assistance System, by Ha-Thanh Nguyen, Randy Goebel, Francesca Toni, Kostas Stathis and Ken Satoh.
OpenJustice.ai: A Global Open-source Legal Language Model, by Samuel Dahan, Rohan Bhambhoria, David Liang and Xiaodan Zhu.
- Human-centred explanation of rule-based decision-making systems, by Suzan Zuurmond, Annemarie Borg, Matthijs van Kempen and Remi Wieten.
- “Comparative Prints Suite” of the United States House of Representatives: NLP for tracking changes in bills and laws, by Ari Hershowitz and Sela Mador-Haim.
CiteCaseLAW: Citation Worthiness Detection in Caselaw for Legal Assistive Writing, by Mann Khatri, Reshma Sheik, Pritish Wadhwa, Gitansh Satija, Yaman Kumar, Rajiv Shah and Ponnurangam Kumaraguru.