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Machine learning



Machine Learning is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) that allows software to learn from experience. It enables reasoning and decision making without of human interaction, i.e., based on statistical models to develop predictions. In our daily lives, machine learning is used, for instance, by TV providers to recommend movies or shows to clients, based on what they have watched earlier.

Educators can resort to various tools based on machine learning. Google Maps uses machine learning to predict parking, traffic, etc. based on geodata from users for training models. Another popular possibility that combines natural language processing and machine learning and can be used in different areas is Grammarly, which not only reviews your spelling, grammar and punctuation but also checks for plagiarism and helps users with style. Its Machine Learning algorithms are continuously being improved based on the users’ actions.