Ahren LehnertGene Loh

Our client in this case study is a software company which develops, publishes, and distributes video games for consoles, PCs, smartphones, and tab-lets in both physical and digital formats. They also create educational and cultural software, cartoons, and literary, cinematographic, and television works. It owns several brands and a diversified portfolio of franchises.

Tassilo Pellegrini

Modern IT applications increasingly retrieve, store and process data from a variety of sources. This can raise questions about the compatibility of licenses and the application`s compliance with existing law. Issues of rights clearance are especially relevant in the creation of derivative works compiled from multiple software and data sources.

Saskia van der Elst

The Dutch National Police is one of the largest governmental organisations in the Netherlands, with over 65.000 employees. Currently, we are undertaking the effort to redesign and realize the new ad-ministrative information system that should support the day-to-day processes of most of the common police agents ‘on the street’.

Ingrid Thurlings

To mitigate the problem of costly and time-consuming creation of document generation software, we present a solution used by the Dutch National Police that uses semantic models (SHACL/RDF and SHACL Rules) and XSL stylesheets to generate PDF documents that can be used as legal documents in court.

Wouter LubbersSander WeitkampSander Stolk

The energy transition brings about new challenges, while the traditional cascade model for asset management is too slow and expensive to cope with these challenges. Therefore, transmission system operator TenneT is transforming the asset chain to a dynamic digital ecosystem in which partners work together in an innovative way.

Sophia KatrenkoDaniella van de Langenberg

The Ministry of Social Affairs & Employment in the Netherlands conducts around 30 research studies on labor agreements per annum, with the topics varying from flexible labor market, diversity in the workplace, and the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the collective labor agreement.

Susana Lopez Sola

The National Geographic Institute of Spain (NGI) knowledge graph and semantic web is a project built with symbolic artificial intelligence based on a semantically interpreted knowledge graph, powered with GNOSS technology.

Damir HubanicSteve Bertens

In purpose of Carefree real property (Crp) a prototype has been created which is used as a proof of execution demonstrating implementation approach to software vendors working for brokers, mortgage lenders and other Crp-participants.

Dennis Diefenbach

In the frame of Cohesion Policy, the European Union distributed 32.5 % of the EU budget (equivalent to ca. EUR 351.8 billion over seven years) to its member states. European Law obligates the member states to publish how the money was spent.

Frederick Bednar

Models for recognizing categories, entities, roles, and patterns in legal text documents have been developed mainly for forms: They have in common that they require some fixed structure to reliably obtain the relevant information and only predefined subjects are covered by existing algorithms. Neither polystructured nor free text data are interpreted in a meaningful way.


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