Thousands of new regulation documents are published every year. In order to achieve compliance, organisations need to put a lot of manual effort to retrieve all relevant new regulation and understand it. Specifically, the retrieval involves trying different combinations of keywords to query general-purpose regulatory databases and then spending time to go through the results to distill only the most relevant documents. We address this problem by working on novel Information Retrieval methodologies that receive documents as input (ex: documents describing existing controls of an organisation, or legislation documents of a country).
Regulatory Compliance through Doc2Doc Information Retrieval: A case study in EU/UK legislation where text similarity has limitations, In 16th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2021), 19-23 April, held online, 2021.,