What is Natural Language Processing?

What’s this about: Natural language processing, or NLP, can be defined as the study and application of specific tools that enable computers to process, analyze, and interpret human language. NLP combines the different fields of linguistics and computer science, and it is a component of artificial intelligence (AI).

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