Last Updated: 14/11/22
What does this document do
Graphium has developed software which can analyse files to identify and collate topics of scientific significance. Files can be uploaded from a user’s local file storage system or directly from a hosted file storage system. Topics and key-phrases are extracted from the files which can be searched by users. The software can then be used to convert the unstructured data into interactive knowledge maps and visualisations based on the searches, which allows users to easily assess research gaps, trends and interconnections. This is the Graphium Service.
These User Terms set out how the Graphium Service may be accessed and used by our customers and persons authorised by our customers (Users). This document should be read in conjunction with our privacy notice, available online at https://www.graphium.ai/privacy-policy, which explains what information we collect about you, what we use it for and who we share it with as well as explaining your rights and what to do if you have concerns about how Graphium uses your information.
Users must only use the Graphium Service for permitted purposes and subject to any additional requirements agreed with our customers. Users must not use the Graphium Service for any other purpose or for any restricted activities set out in these User Terms.
If you do not agree with any obligations or restrictions in these User Terms, you must not use the Graphium Service and you should ask the organisation that has granted you access to arrange for deletion of your account.
Any breach of these User Terms may result in us suspending or terminating your or your organisation’s access to the Graphium Service and taking legal action against you or your organisation.
Who we are
We are Graphium Technologies Limited, a company registered in England and Wales under company number 13451839 whose registered office is at
46/47 High Street,
(Graphium, we, us, our).
By clicking “Accept” and whenever a User subsequently access the Graphium Service, that User agrees:
1. Permitted and Prohibited Use
- As a condition of use of the Graphium Service, each User agrees to access and use the Graphium Service solely for the purpose of extracting topics and keyphrases of scientific significance from research documents, discovering relevant research data across their organisation, and visualising trends and gaps in their research (the Purpose).
- A User must not use nor permit the Graphium Service to be used:
- By any person under the age of 18;
- For any purpose that is itself or promotes an activity that is unlawful under applicable law, prohibited by these Use Terms or prohibited by our contract with our customer;
- To commit any act of fraud;
- To distribute any Virus (which is any disabling code which limit or prevents any use of the Graphium Service or other systems or data) or any malicious application (such as malware, trojan horses, ransomware or spyware);
- To reverse engineer, decompile, dissemble or work around the technical limitations of our Graphium Service, except to the extent applicable law or licences permits;
- To rent, lease, lend, resell or transfer the Graphium Service (or any portion of the Graphium Service) to any third party, except as permitted in any contract with our customer;
- For the purpose of unsolicited advertising or sending spam;
- To simulate communications from Graphium or any other service or entity for the purpose of collecting identity information, authentication credentials or any other information (Phishing);
- In any way that disrupts or harms the operations, business, equipment, property, websites or systems of Graphium, our customer or any other third party or adversely interferes with other Users use of the Graphium Service (including any denial or service or similar malicious act);
- In any way that harms or may endanger any person, especially minors;
- To represent or suggest Graphium endorses any other business, product or service unless Graphium has agreed otherwise in writing;
- To gain unauthorised access to or use of any computers, data, systems, account or networks (including by attempting to circumvent any security controls and User authentication methods);
- In a way inconsistent with the obligations and restrictions set out in our customer contracts;
- To develop a competing product or service similar to the Graphium Service or any product or service offered by Graphium; or
- In a way that infringes any intellectual property rights of Graphium, our customer or any third party.