Machine Learning: A Brief History

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Machine learning has resulted in the development of solutions that are getting exponentially better each year. Already, algorithms using machine learning can drive cars, grade essays, write magazine articles, and read and understand newspapers. In the video presentation below from the recent TEDxSF conference, data scientist Jeremy Howard explains what the state of machine learning is today, and how it might play out in the near future.

Howard previously served as President and Chief Scientist of the data science competition platform Kaggle.




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