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Comparison between Deep Learning & Machine Learning

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All of a sudden every one is talking about them – irrespective of whether they understand the differences or not! Whether you have been actively following data science or not – you would have heard these terms. If you have often wondered to yourself what is the difference between machine learning and deep learning, read on to find out a detailed comparison in simple layman language. I have explained each of these term in detail. Then I have gone ahead to compare both of them and explained where we can use them. Let us start with the basics – What is Machine Learning and What is Deep Learning.


Cousins of Artificial Intelligence – Seema Singh – Medium

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Artificial Intelligence is a broader umbrella under which Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) comes. Diagram shows, ML is subset of AI and DL is subset of ML. AI is composed of 2 words Artificial and intelligence. Anything which is not natural and created by humans is artificial. Intelligence means ability to understand, reason, plan etc.


Cousins of Artificial Intelligence – Towards Data Science

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Artificial Intelligence is a broader umbrella under which Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) comes. Diagram shows, ML is subset of AI and DL is subset of ML. AI is composed of 2 words Artificial and intelligence. Anything which is not natural and created by humans is artificial. Intelligence means ability to understand, reason, plan etc.


Deep Learning vs Machine Learning

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It's important to keep up with indusctry - subscribe! to stay ahead Thank you, you've been subscribed. The two areas of Artificial Intelligence, namely machine learning and deep learning, raise more questions than an entire field combined, mainly because these two areas are often mixed up and used interchangeably when referring to statistical modeling of data; however, the techniques used in each are different and you need to understand the distinctions between these data modeling paradigms in order to refer to them by their corresponding name. In this article, we'll explain the definitions of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks, briefly overview each of those categories, explain how they work, and finish with an explicit comparison of machine learning vs deep learning. Artificial Intelligence (hereafter referred to as AI) is the intelligence demonstrated by machines as opposed to the natural intelligence of humans. AI can be further classified into three different systems: analytical, human-inspired, and humanized artificial intelligence.


Deep Learning vs Machine Learning

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The two areas of Artificial Intelligence, namely machine learning and deep learning, raise more questions than an entire field combined, mainly because these two areas are often mixed up and used interchangeably when referring to statistical modeling of data; however, the techniques used in each are different and you need to understand the distinctions between these data modeling paradigms in order to refer to them by their corresponding name. In this article, we'll explain the definitions of artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks, briefly overview each of those categories, explain how they work, and finish with an explicit comparison of machine learning vs deep learning. Artificial Intelligence (hereafter referred to as AI) is the intelligence demonstrated by machines as opposed to the natural intelligence of humans. AI can be further classified into three different systems: analytical, human-inspired, and humanized artificial intelligence. Analytical AI generates the cognitive representation of the world through learning that's based on past experiences to predict future decisions.