Does GDPR require Machine Learning algorithms to explain their output? may be yes may be no or in short Probably not, but there is enough ambiguity to be clarified and keep DataScientists, Lawyers, industry influencers busy.
Astonishing Hierarchy of Machine Learning Needs – Artificial intelligence and machine learning are used interchangeably often but for they are not the same. Machine learning is one of the most active areas and a way to achieve AI. Why ML is so good today; for this, there are a couple of […]
Reinforcement learning can be understood by using the concepts of agents, environments, states, actions and rewards. This is an area of machine learning; where there’s no answer key, but RL agent still has to decide how to act to perform its task. The agent is inspired by behaviourist psychology who decide how and what actions will taken in an environment to maximize some notion of cumulative reward.
System does self-discovery of patterns, regularities and features etc. from the input data and relations for the input data over output data. Discovering similarities and dissimilarities to forms clusters i.e. self-discovery is main target here. Since the examples given to the learner are unlabeled
Machine learning algorithms “learns” from the observations. When exposed to more observations, the algorithm improves its predictive performance. What’s going to happen to the stock market tomorrow? Is a task of deducing function from labeled training data.