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Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning - Ebook


Instructor: Eduonix Learning Solutions Enroll Now - Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning - Ebook About this Course From the time of the Church-Turing thesis that suggested machines will be able to perform tasks akin to human beings to self-driving cars in Phoenix; Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning has evolved significantly. Since then, it has gradually become part of many common devices. Because of its applications, people are showing tremendous interest to learn this subject. Moreover, already numerous tutorials, courses, and books are available for its learning. The e-book titled Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning is an excellent tool if you are keen on the subject.

What is the difference between Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence?


Artificial Intelligence - The term is comprised of two words - 'Artificial' and'Intelligence' both of which make complete sense in themselves. While'artificial' can be deduced as something that cannot be found in Nature or has been designed by human beings from natural sources, 'intelligence' refers to the general ability of thinking or the capacity to reason. Natural intelligence is something that is found in human beings and other animals in their capacity to interact with the environment. Some people misinterpret the fact that Artificial Intelligence is a system. But in fact, it is not a system.

The Difference Between Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence!


Computer science is one of the most diverse and complex subjects in the information world. There are multiple topics that are inter-linked with each other which is what causes a great deal of confusion for a layman. Two such topics are Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). Contrary to popular belief, these two branches of computer science are quite different from each other and it is important for us to understand the differences in order to best make use of the two developments. How are the two terms defined?

Use Azure Machine Learning and AI in Finance and Operations


We hear the terms Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) all the time, but how does an ordinary business like yours make use of such extraordinary tools along with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations without a massive budget or team of data scientists? Thankfully, users are learning that Finance and Operations makes Machine Learning and AI technology more accessible than ever before. Register now to learn how your business can unleash the power of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. With over 15 years of experience within the ERP field, Rick Schoenecker provides expert knowledge of ERP systems, and this use case is sure to provide value to all interested in the Dynamics 365 platform. Matt Finley is adept at leveraging technology to solve business problems.