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Natural Language Processing is a branch of artificial intelligence and a field where computer science and linguistics intersect. It is comprised of a set of computational techniques that analyze a body of naturally occurring texts, called a corpus, at one or more levels of linguistic analysis. The purpose of NLP is to achieve human-like language processing for a range of tasks or applications.

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