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US Tax Code to Natural Language Parsable Data for Programming Languages

Project Information

natural-language-processing, python, sql
Project Status: Recruiting
Project Region: CAREERS
Submitted By: Kaylea Nelson
Project Email: phillip.bradford@uconn.edu
Project Institution: University of Connecticut - Stamford
Anchor Institution: CR-Yale
Project Address: Stamford, Connecticut

Expected project duration (in months): 6
Preferred Start Date: As soon as possible.

Mentors: Henry Orphys
Students: Recruiting

Project Description

This project is to prepare a subsection of US Tax code for Natural language translation for either https://catala-lang.org/ or ErgoAI of Coherent Knowledge http://coherentknowledge.com

We hope to get initial basic translations from US Tax code into either Catala-Lang or ErgoAI within some threshold of acceptability. Once we get the basic translations within some threshold we want to see if a local startup can complete the translations by engaging humans with expertise in the US Tax code.

This very early stage startup (Neutral Tax Networks, Greenwich CT) is in the formative stage and has a patent in this area while developing other intellectual property.

Link to House of Representatives site where US code is located. Internal Revenue Code is Title 36 (part way down on this list): https://uscode.house.gov/browse/prelim@title26/subtitleA/chapter1/subchapterA/part1&edition=prelim

Here is the IRS website page that contains the links to the internal revenue code and regulations that are provided as a public service by Cornell law schools Legal Information Institute: https://www.irs.gov/privacy-disclosure/tax-code-regulations-and-official-guidance#irc

Link to the internal revenue code sections provide dry Cornell’s Legal Information Institute (accessible by clicking on one of the links on the IRS website): https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text

Project Information

natural-language-processing, python, sql
Project Status: Recruiting
Project Region: CAREERS
Submitted By: Kaylea Nelson
Project Email: phillip.bradford@uconn.edu
Project Institution: University of Connecticut - Stamford
Anchor Institution: CR-Yale
Project Address: Stamford, Connecticut

Expected project duration (in months): 6
Preferred Start Date: As soon as possible.

Mentors: Henry Orphys
Students: Recruiting

Project Description

This project is to prepare a subsection of US Tax code for Natural language translation for either https://catala-lang.org/ or ErgoAI of Coherent Knowledge http://coherentknowledge.com

We hope to get initial basic translations from US Tax code into either Catala-Lang or ErgoAI within some threshold of acceptability. Once we get the basic translations within some threshold we want to see if a local startup can complete the translations by engaging humans with expertise in the US Tax code.

This very early stage startup (Neutral Tax Networks, Greenwich CT) is in the formative stage and has a patent in this area while developing other intellectual property.

Link to House of Representatives site where US code is located. Internal Revenue Code is Title 36 (part way down on this list): https://uscode.house.gov/browse/prelim@title26/subtitleA/chapter1/subchapterA/part1&edition=prelim

Here is the IRS website page that contains the links to the internal revenue code and regulations that are provided as a public service by Cornell law schools Legal Information Institute: https://www.irs.gov/privacy-disclosure/tax-code-regulations-and-official-guidance#irc

Link to the internal revenue code sections provide dry Cornell’s Legal Information Institute (accessible by clicking on one of the links on the IRS website): https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text