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Not Another AI Patent Article: Data-Driven Prosecution In The Field Of Artificial Intelligence

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It is presumed that the reader of this article already has a general understanding of artificial intelligence. If not, consider Wikipedia or your search engine of choice. This article is outlined as follows:
EXISTING ARTICLES ABOUT AI PROSECUTION STRATEGIESSUMMARY OF DATA-DRIVEN WAYS TO IMPROVE DRAFTING AND PROSECUTING AI-RELATED PATENT APPLICATIONSMETHODOLOGY OF FINDING AI CASESHIGH-LEVEL METRICS FOR AI CASESIMPACT OF THE 2019 REVISED PATENT SUBJECT MATTER ELIGIBILITY GUIDANCELAW FIRM METRICS FOR AI CASESTOP CLAIM LANGUAGE CLUSTERSTOP CLAIM TERMINOLOGYCLAIM LENGTH CONSIDERATIONS FOR AI CASE…