Technology is already more advanced than humans in some areas. But how can businesses benefit from this? One term you frequently hear in this context is artificial intelligence (AI).
Machine learning is a form of AI which is already being used by many businesses. In this article, we answer some of the most important questions on this topic.
Artificial intelligence is the broader term for applications that see machines perform human-like tasks, such as learning, reasoning, and problem solving. One sub-field of AI, machine learning, teaches computers to learn from data and experiences, and constantly improve task execution. Sophisticated algorithms can recognize patterns in unstructured data records such as images, texts, and speech, and use them to make decisions independently.
Artificial intelligence is the broader term for applications that see machines perform human-like tasks. This includes machine learning, natural language processing, and deep learning. The general idea is to converge machines and significant functions of the human brain: learning, reasoning, and problem solving.
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