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Advances in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Companies involved in providing legal research services to lawyers, such as LexisNexis or Westlaw, have rapidly incorporated natural language processing (NLP) into their database systems to deal with the massive amounts of legal texts contained within them. These NLP techniques, which perform analysis on natural language texts by taking advantage of methods developed in the fields of computational linguistics and artificial intelligence, have potential applications ranging from textdoi:10.33140/amlai.02.01.05 fatcat:cgjljkla2javhk42i6fun7vqbe