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Difference between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning


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BY : Diego GutiérrezNovember Wed, 2020

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the correlated parts of computer science. These two technologies are the most modern technologies used to create intelligent systems. Although they are two related technologies and sometimes people use them synonymously with each other, but still they are different terms in several cases. 

Difference between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Difference between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

The difference between artificial intelligence and machine learning is that AI is the ability of computers to exhibit "intelligent" behaviour. Whereas Machine Learning is a technique used to create and improve such behaviour.. This is done through automatic training based on exposure to data. 

As a method of creating IAmachine learning specialises in statistical techniques for programming algorithms capable of learning to perform tasks. Thus, the machine learning is responsible for "learning", which is the basis for the various fields of application of artificial intelligence, such as Computer Vision to enable computers to recognise images, or Natural Language Processing to enable them to understand human language. The latter field of application is the basis for the well-known chatbots and virtual work assistants. 

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