History in a nutshell
1956 - Artificial Intelligence (AI)
AI is founded as a research field. AI is the ability of a computer or a robot controlled by a computer to do tasks that are usually done by humans because they require human intelligence and discernment.
1986 - The British Nationality Act as a logic program
Can AI replace lawyers? In this seminal paper, an example of a program which can reason over the British Nationality Act is described.
2010 - IBM introduces Watson, and later Debater
AI can now answer complex question and simulates human arguments. Are the machine learning techniques behind, the solution to legal reasoning?
2015 - Cognitive computing and Law
Can the limitations of Watson and similar tools be overcome? New cognitive computing apps emerge, such as Ross and Ravel. They try to combine various forms of artificial intelligence.
2019 - NAI editor
An innovative tool for capturing legal interpretations is developed by two researchers from the University of Luxembourg (our CEO is one of them), and wins first prize at the IRIS Conference.
2021 - Funding
The legAi project wins the Luxembourgish FNR PoC grant.
2022 - the LegAi Solution
The Legislation Editor and the Ai-dvisor, that combine Artificial Intelligence and Law and which aim to be the next generation cognitive computing legal app, are presented.