Machine Learning

Supervised vs Unsupervised Machine Learning

Supervised vs Unsupervised Machine Learning – Both of them are very popular machine learning algorithms currently in use. Supervised learning is all about labelled data where its algorithm does reverse engineering work as compared to traditional programs i.e it predicts/maps the output to the input data.  Unsupervised is all about hidden patterns and structures from the unlabeled data.


Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning

Unsupervised learning  – UML helps to find a hidden jewel in data by grouping similar things together. Data have no target attribute. The algorithm takes training examples as the set of attributes/features alone. In this post, I have summarised my whole upcoming book “Unsupervised Learning – The Unlabelled Data Treasure” on one page. This one-page guide is to know everything about unsupervised learning on a high level.

Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning

Unsupervised Learning; is one of three types of machine learning i.e. Supervised Machine Learning, Unsupervised Machine Learning (UML) and Reinforcement Learning. The most common method in UML is cluster analysis. Cluster analysis is used for exploring hidden patterns or grouping in data behind data analysis. The algorithm used in this to draw inferences from data sets consisting of input data without labels. In short, UML is

  • A technique with the idea to explore hidden gems/patterns.
  • To find some intrinsic structure in data.
  • That something can’t be seen with naked eye requires magnifier (UML)


Supervised Machine Learning – Machine learning algorithms “learn” from the observations. When exposed to more observations, the algorithm improves its predictive performance. SML through historic data set is able to hunt for correct answers, and the task of the algorithm is to find them in the new data. Supervised Machine Learning is

  • Is a task of deducing function from labelled training data.
  • Making predictions based on evidence in the presence of uncertainty
  • Identifying patterns in given data with adaptive algorithms

Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning

As per Wiki – In supervised learning, each example is a pair consisting of an input object (typically a vector) and the desired output value (also called the supervisory signal).

Supervised vs Unsupervised Learning


Books + Other readings Referred

  • Research through Open Internet – NewsPortals, Economic development report papers and conferences.
  • Internet-based survey results from 30 AI experts
  • Personal experience of  @AILabPage members.


Points to Note:

All credits if any remains on the original contributor only. We have covered supervised and unsupervised machine learning where we make predictions from labelled historical data and find patterns from unlabeled data. In the past post, we have walked through unsupervised machine learning.


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Machine Learning (ML) - Everything You Need To KnowConclusion – Supervised Learning which is one of three types of machine learning. This post is limited to supervised learning to explorer its details i.e. what it is doing and can do for businesses as new electricity to power them up. This blog post I tried to performed a comparison of different supervised machine learning techniques in classifying FinTech data. This blog post is an attempt to describes the best-known supervised techniques in relative detail but not to claim anything. The aim was to produce a lighter rephrase of supervised learning and review of the key ideas and not a simple list of all algorithms in this category.


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