Machine learning | Full Explanation

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A lot of people work in big organizations where they have awesome jobs that really provide value to the society. They work incredibly hard and they love what they do. But there are parts of their jobs that can always be improved. Here we start discussing problem analytics. Machine learning is good at identifying patterns that individuals do or do not do (i.e. how human actions intersect and generate impact). Examples of this can include re marketing, how many people see a text at a time (e.g. visitor scoring, preference scoring, etc.), or how many text entries are made to an article (e.g. hyperlinks, headlines, subheadings, etc.). When applied to analytics for big teams, machine learning is especially useful. In sales, for example, we know that certain keywords are valuable, while others are not.

Usually, there is a lot of variety between the predictions that machine learning actually is making. This is different from how intuition is applied to analytics in practice, where humans bring to life their intuition, which may be something different from what they usually see. In mathematical modeling, there is often a tendency to try to model things that has done well in the past. This assumption that things will do well again leads some companies to underestimate what they are capable of, as if their business is “built to last”. This kind of philosophy is valuable in a small team of five, but in a $45 billion company it will lead to very costly errors.

In business, it is more understandable to focus on the positives. Greater efficiency is a good thing. But even there, it would be good to run machine learning product teams with metrics that can be easily understood by humans and not muddied with data from places that are impossible to decipher. For some firms, legacy may be too strong and they are reluctant to break outside of the box. People may not trust the new technologies that can bring things to them in new ways. But they would likely have a hard time navigating through analytics when things go wrong.

Overall, implementation of machine learning within big organisations requires a change in mindset. If we can make it easier for data scientists to use their intuition and greater exposure to data analytics would enable even more people to adopt the latest technologies and tools and train themselves on new ideas. It may even be a better use of time and efforts.

In order to use machine learning to bring a profound change in your own business you need to research and understand machine learning in three key areas:

Automation > Includes: tracking human activities, providing classification / classification & regression, investigation and prediction. Excessive nomenclature: You name it, I can teach it

Interaction >2P, 3P & 4P > Ensemble Machine Learning: This is where the machine is trying to imitate that of the human input.

Internal co-processors |

Serving classifier: Feature discovery, classification, modelling, training, comprehension, predicting | Predictive Learning, targeting, clustering > Ensemble Neural Networks: Allows machine learning engines to focus on something specific

Specifying machine learning

Train your machine learning engine with active data to develop models that can learn from data and provide insight.

Implement role-specific algorithms and techniques.

Test & validate with real-world data.

Test and train machine learning models.

This article is about sitting down and figuring out where to apply machine learning in your business and what it can bring in specific settings.

Firstly, let’s start with how, where and why to, apply machine learning in your business?

Applying Machine Learning in Your Business

Most businesses use the cloud. However, a machine learning engine needs to make sense of the data in the cloud. This can be as simple as searching Excel for a table over there. The hardest part of machine learning is shaping new data and understanding your data correctly, so using the cloud is not practical for very many enterprises.

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Originally published at on September 19, 2021.



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