New York, 5 May 2022 - Legislate was selected to give a presentation on Legal Knowledge Graphs at the Knowledge Graph Conference 2022. The talk was given by Vaishali Raghvani, Knowledge Engineer at Legislate and was followed by a panel on content knowledge graphs.
Creating and negotiating legal documents and contracts usually requires legal expertise which can be prohibitively expensive for small businesses and unlawyered individuals. Accessing what’s in a contract and knowing which contracts have been signed is complicated because of the traditional text/pdf structure of documents. In the talk, Vaishali explained how Legislate is helping bring structure to documents thanks to knowledge graph technology. Legislate is also improving the visual representation of contracts with knowledge graphs to allow non-lawyers to better understand their rights and obligations as well as other implicit information which can be derived from contract data using reasoning.
The Knowledge Graph Conference was founded at Columbia University in 2019 and is emerging as the premiere source of learning around knowledge graph technologies.