A Look at Machine Learning Infographic
Machine learning brings humans and machines closer by enabling humans to “teach” machines. Machines learn by processing a valid training set that contains the features necessary to tune an algorithm. The algorithm enables machines to execute specific tasks, such as classifying email.
But the benefits go beyond what was possible with email filtering a decade ago. Today, with the help of machine learning, drones can map a site such as a bridge in near real time and then assess the scope of a reconstruction project quickly and accurately.
For the connected consumer, machine learning is now a key enabler, from on-demand translation services, to weather forecasting, to guessing what users want based on where they are and what they’ve been doing. But only a third of companies IDC surveyed in 2017 said they had plans to use machine learning inside the enterprise. Lack of familiarity and a talent gap are some of the reasons enterprises have been reluctant to embrace this set of techniques.
As with any essential technology, companies can get started with a clearer sense of the fundamentals. What is machine learning, and how does it differ from traditional programming? How does it embrace and extend the realm of statistics? What are the most popular and advanced machine learning algorithms? How has machine learning evolved over decades, and where is it heading now?
Take a Look at Machine Learning Infographic which shows how machine learning works, its relationship to artificial intelligence, and how companies use it.