Category: Machine Learning

Machine Learning, often shortened to ML, is a general term for algorithms that use kernels, or propagation graphs, to analyze patterns and act upon them through differential geometry. Machine learning is essentially trained by analyzing large amounts of specific kinds of data, then using the kernel to classify new content, and is used heavily in speech and visual recognition, threat and risk analysis, and gaming.

Articles in this section will typically be more technically focused, while more general content will usually be found under the related rubric of Artificial Intelligence. For more information, see here.

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