Knowledge representation and reasoning in the legal domain has primarily focused on case studies where knowledge and data can fit in main memory. However, this assumption no longer applies in the era of big data, where large amounts of data are generated daily. In this talk, we will review existing research on legal representation and reasoning in order to uncover technical challenges associated both with the integration of rules and databases and with the main concepts of the big data landscape. We will also discuss new opportunities and challenges that emerge in relation to reasoning with legal big data, as well as briefly touch upon on the envisioned impact that the advent of large language models can have in this domain.
Period9 Jul 2023
Event titleLogic Programming and Legal Reasoning
Event typeWorkshop
LocationLondon, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational