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Artificial intelligence – How does machine learning work?

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2020-08-18
The AI trainer is a person who provides the objectives and training data. The AI system works through the training data. At the beginning, AI evaluations are often incorrect. The AI system receives feedback on each answer. In the AI neural network, which comprises many neuron layers, the neurons are weighted via the feedback during training. The recognition rate improves. The training result can be stored to be used by algorithms when AI performs its work.
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