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Machine Learning: A Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide to Learning and Understanding Machine Learning Concepts Technology and Principles for Beginners - 1 - cover

Machine Learning: A Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide to Learning and Understanding Machine Learning Concepts Technology and Principles for Beginners - 1

Peter Bradley

Publisher: Peter Bradley

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Summary

Do you want to know more about Machine Learning and what it means for the future? 
Could Machine Learning help your business to perform better? 
Machine Learning is not a new idea. It stems back as far as the 1950s and involves computers 'learning' from basic algorithms without the need for them to be specifically programmed to do so. 
If that sounds a bit like science-fiction, it isn't. machine Learning is real and is gathering pace and in Machine Learning: A Comprehensive, Step-by-Step Guide to Learning and Understanding Machine Learning Concepts, Technology and Principles for Beginners, you can grasp what this means with chapters on: 
What Machine Learning is 
Basic facts about Machine Learning 
Types of Machine Learning 
Real life applications of Machine Learning 
Artificial Intelligence 
And much more… 
The way that technology is moving, combined with the pace of change, means that Machine Learning that is both complex and innovative will be with us very soon. 
That will have implications for us all, whether it is with employment, in our leisure time or in other aspects of our lives. This Book serves to give you some idea of what Machine Learning will bring in the future. 
Get a Copy Today and see what's coming tomorrow! 
 
 

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