Infographic: The How, What, and Why of Machine Learning

| November 30, 2018

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Fingent, a global leader in custom software development and technology consulting, has put together a new infographic explaining the ins and outs of Machine Learning. The company writes, “Given the increasing prevalence of data today, machine learning has evolved rapidly to advance computing a step forward. Enabling computers to automatically learn and improve performance using data, ML is viewed as a disruptive technology with the potential to transform areas like enterprise, manufacturing, healthcare, e-commerce etc.

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