Making past parliamentary data usable through crowdsourcing
In this episode, Fotios Fitsilis from the Hellenic Parliament will present how the house is using optical character recognition to make past legislative documents useful.
Further links and publications:
Video (click to access): Hellenic OCR Team teaser trailer
Video (click to access): Stay home with Hellenic OCR Team
– Fitsilis, F. & De Vrieze, F. (2020) How parliaments monitor sustainable development goals – a ground for application of post legislative scrutiny. The Journal of Legislative Studies 26 (3).
– De Vrieze, F. & Fitsilis, F. (2020) Applying Post-Legislative Scrutiny to the Analysis of Legislation and SDGs in South and Southeast Asia. Journal of Southeast Asian Human Rights 4 (1).
– Koryzis, D., Fitsilis, F., Spiliotopoulos, D., Theocharopoulos, T., Margaris, D., & Vassilakis, C. (2020). Policy Making Analysis and Practitioner User Experience. In International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 415-431). Springer.
– Leventis, S., Anastasiou, V., & Fitsilis, F. (2020). Application of enterprise integration patterns for the digital transformation of parliamentary control. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (pp. 738-741). ACM.
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