The ManyLaws platform aims to facilitate access to legal information by delivering a suite of services capitalizing on text mining, semantic extraction and advanced visualization of EU, Austrian and Greek laws.
From the middle of November until December 2020, the ManyLaws platform will enter the first of two piloting phases. This initial piloting phase will be based on the first release of the platform, which took place at the end of October 2020, containing data and published laws from Austria, Greece and EUR-Lex (the official and most comprehensive access to EU legal documents).
The second piloting phase is scheduled to run throughout February 2021. It will be based on the second release of the platform which will be ready at the end of January 2021, including services and tools for handling the parliamentary data and laws published in the first release.
ManyLaws’ multi-service ICT architecture can retrieve legal data from the Greek National Printing Office (NPO), the Hellenic Parliament, the Austrian Parliament and EUR-Lex, and translate them into English, Greek and German. It offers keyword-based search and support in the three supported languages and can visualize results in multiple interactive and intuitive formats, including timeline charts, graphs, highlighted text comparisons between legal documents, and much more.