Author : Ajith B 1
Date of Publication :16th January 2018
Abstract: Nowadays machine learning has become a vital part of Artificial Intelligence. The main objective of Machine learning is to provide a solution to a computer to solve a specific problem based on the past data. It enables the machine to understand and take action according to the pattern recognized. It can be explained and practically seen in Robotics. Machine learning helps to take an efficient decision without any human concern. One of the existing applications includes categorizing the mail between spam and non - spam messages. The concept of machine learning can be applied to the analysis of Supervised Learning, Unsupervised Learning and Reinforcement Learning. This Special topic provides several contents of machine learning to enhance the security and to establish advanced technologies. The material presented here shows various methods to employ Machine learning effectively.
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