What Is Deep Learning?
Updated: Aug 11
For this one, I will keep it short and sweet. I will discuss what deep learning is briefly in this blog, so read on and enjoy! Deep learning is a subset of machine learning, essentially a three-layer neural network; it's trying to act and function like the human brain.
These neural networks attempt to mimic the behavior of the human brain by enabling it to "learn" from large amounts of data, albeit they fall far short of its powers. While a single-layer neural network can make reasonable projections, additional hidden layers could help optimize and refine for accuracy.
Many artificial intelligence (AI) applications and services rely on deep learning to enhance automation by performing analytical and physical activities without human involvement. Conventional products and services (such as digital assistants, voice-enabled TV remotes, and credit card fraud detection) and emerging technologies use deep learning technology (such as self-driving cars).
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