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Week 2 Summary

Congratulations for finishing week two, let's review what we learned this week.
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Hello everybody and congratulations for finishing week two of the A.I. for legal professionals part two source. In this second week, we really drill down on natural language processing (NLP), and it gave a brief introduction to machine learning, and it gave a brief introduction to machine learning, NLP and machine learning, and data analytics in law. Then were talked about case outcome, case prediction, analysis about judges, you can also say predicting the behavior of judges, analysis about lawyers, predicting lawyer behavior, parties, and the subject matter of cases. Then we talked about automatic legal text summarization, information extraction in legal documents, the legal language modelling, and this idea of embedding representation. and this idea of embedding representation.
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Then we talked about identifying relevant case law and citation analysis, and putting these together in a kind of network of information that connected by, in this case, citation. In the idea that cases that cited two other cases those cases this indicates that those cases maybe more relevant for us. Then we talked about networks, this idea of network and statutory law, regulations and even our social interaction. Then we talked about researching, searching, curating, reviewing, and how natural language processing and machine learning can help legal practitioners with that, this idea of knowledge acquisition.
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Then we wrapped up with a discussion of recommender systems for legal applications, and in the legal application how it’s different from the real world, meaning recommender systems are traditionally they’re to sell things, if we have a certain preference for a certain kind of book, then maybe we would like to buy another similar book. But in the legal practice, this related to the idea of relevant what lawyers might want to look at to help them with their research. And this idea of Q&A systems as well, asking questions a computer, and getting an appropriate answer, that answer might be an answer might be a proposed course of research, or proposed course of action.
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So it’s a pleasure of learning with you in week two, and I look forward to learning with you in week three as well. Everybody please take care.

In this second week, we really drill down on natural language processing (NLP), and it gave a brief introduction to machine learning, NLP and machine learning, and data analytics in law. We hope that these topics are helpful to you.

Next week, we will talk about legal reasoning, training data for the legal demand, legal learning, and government. See you!

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