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Advanced computing enables us to make connections like never before. We can teach machines to detect cancer, identify cybersecurity threats before they happen, and optimize business operations – the possibilities are endless. So how can machines continue to learn, without the dedication of abundant resources?
Deep learning, a sub-mechanism of machine intelligence (MI), is a computing process that enables machines to find patterns in data. Deep learning sifts through data and makes connections, identifying odd trends that would be unfindable by the human senses. Imagine a world in which we could identify risks before they happen, capitalize on trends that could save lives, and rely on machines to make conclusions based off of data and fact, instead of emotion and perception – that’s the world of deep learning.
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