In truth, “machine learning” is somewhat of a misnomer. The discipline surrounds the strategies programmers have developed to train computers to draw accurate conclusions from data through a rudimentary learning process of trial and error.
In recent years, the term machine learning has risen to prominence, now residing amongst phrases such as serverless architecture, agile development, and continuous deployment in the great pantheon of technology buzzwords. Similar to its predecessors, the term “machine learning” is apt enough on its own to convey a basic meaning, yet is also vague enough to suggest additional nuance. In truth, “machine learning” is somewhat of a misnomer. It does not, as the name would imply, have anything to do with providing machines the ability to learn autonomously; that’s more within the realm of artificial intelligence (AI). Continue on to learn more about what exactly machine learning is, how it works, and how it helps businesses gain a competitive advantage.
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