Machine learning is the process of a machine attempting to accomplish a task, independent of human intervention, more efficiently and more effectively with every passing attempt i.e learning phase. At this point, AI- a machine which mimics the human mind, is still a pipe dream. In the middle we have the meat of the pipeline, the model, which is the machine learning algorithm that learns to predict given input data.
Does Statistics and ML walk together like partners?. Is Machine learning just a polished and shined version of statistics?. There are many question such like this. At-least in my mind even today I get these questions. Why I struggle with these two in different areas of my mind?. Are […]
These terms are used to from BI Intelligence, To illustrate the various applications of AI in eCommerce and use case studies to show how this technology has benefited merchants/ecommerce service providers. Different consumers have varying, and often very specific, requirements for product, needs, expect performance, cost of consumption, silicon wafer thin kind of cost for best thing in mind and other parameters.
AI is today increasingly used as a wide term to describe machines that can mimic human functions such as learning and problem solving, but was originally founded on the premise that human intelligence can be precisely described, and machines made to simulate it. Technology and non technology companies are now investing and brining out the real and materialistic values of Artificial Intelligence to the real world.
As per professor Andrew machine learning is a revolution in history of man kind first one was where machines came and took our basic jobs to make us faster and our life easy. Now to me this second one is coming to make us lazy and heavily dependent. The technique that made easy work easy possibly is no longer AI, but something mundane.