AI, ML & Deep Learning โ€“ Differences Explained by Experts

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Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Deep Learning (DL) โ€“ these are the three trending buzzwords that have created a great hype over the Internet and other media platforms for some time now. Irrespective of whether people hold a sound knowledge of the data science or not, everyone is actively making their own statements explaining the differences between these technologies, which thereby creating a mysterious situation for the newbies and laymen to understand the true differences between them. To make the things easy, this article will initially explain "what AI, ML, and DL are?", and later discusses the key differences between them.


Machine Learning: The Real Business Intelligence

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Business intelligence (BI) tools first appeared on the enterprise technology scene several decades ago, at birth clumsy and difficult to use but ultimately improving the flow of data through organizations from their operational systems to decision support. Data warehousing cut the time it took to access data, but even at their full maturity, BI systems could do little more than produce data and reports in a traditional organized way. But with the advancement of artificial intelligence and--more importantly--machine learning, true business intelligence is actually on its way to the enterprise. Such self-learning software will run on servers, be built into bots, drive decision-making systems, be embedded into cars or aircraft, and become the beating heart of mobile devices. Increased data-processing power, the availability of big data, the Internet of Things, and improvements in algorithms are converging to power this actual business intelligence.


Machine Learning: The Real Business Intelligence

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Business intelligence (BI) tools first appeared on the enterprise technology scene several decades ago, at birth clumsy and difficult to use but ultimately improving the flow of data through organizations from their operational systems to decision support. Data warehousing cut the time it took to access data, but even at their full maturity, BI systems could do little more than produce data and reports in a traditional organized way. But with the advancement of artificial intelligence and--more importantly--machine learning, true business intelligence is actually on its way to the enterprise. Such self-learning software will run on servers, be built into bots, drive decision-making systems, be embedded into cars or aircraft, and become the beating heart of mobile devices. Increased data-processing power, the availability of big data, the Internet of Things, and improvements in algorithms are converging to power this actual business intelligence.


What is AI and How Deep Learning help to grow business

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AI (Artificial intelligence) is making machines intelligent that can perform cognitive tasks like humans and even more efficient than humans with the help of complex computer programming and enormous data fed to get an optimal solution for the problem. Though AI came into existence since 1956, but due to lack of data and technology could not become a reality. Now proceeding further, there are two subsets of AI, Machine learning, and Deep learning. Machine learning gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Deep learning is a subset of machine learning, where deep artificial neural networks work as human brains and have networks capable of learning -- unsupervised, from data that is unstructured or unlabeled.


Machine Learning is Fascinating but rides on Data Quality

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Very often they are referred interchangeably but Machine learning (ML) is actually is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) and it enables computers to get into a mode of self-learning without being explicitly programmed. When exposed to new data, these computer programs are enabled to learn, grow, change, and develop by themselves.