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These are very common terms in every industry right now, and the surrounding buzz is often confusing for a lot of us. In fact, in many places, you might even hear them being used interchangeably. As a result of this, the difference between artificial intelligence(AI), machine learning(ML), and deep learning(DL) can be very unclear.Before we begin to understand how different they are, we need to know how and why are they similar.


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Copyright © Global Tech Council Clearing the confusion:AI vs machine learning vs deep learning ❖ ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ❖ MACHINE LEARNING ❖ DEEP LEARNING 2

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Copyright © Global Tech Council These are very common terms in every industry right now and the surrounding buzz is often confusing for a lot of us. In fact in many places you might even hear them being used interchangeably. As a result of this the difference between artificial intelligenceAI machine learningML and deep learningDL can be very unclear.Before we begin to understand how different they are we need to know how and why are they similar. They are deeply interconnected because machine learning is a subfield of artificial intelligence and deep learning is a part of machine learning 3

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Copyright © Global Tech Council They improve each other’s potential mutually. The progress in ML and DL has led to groundbreaking developments in AI. AI on the other hand can be applied to machines to predict their behaviour and actions. So ML and DL make AI better and AI makes them more useful. 4

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Copyright © Global Tech Council Artificial Intelligence In 1955 John McCarthy a computer scientist coined the term Artificial Intelligence. Artificial intelligence refers to the intelligence demonstrated by machines in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and other animals. So AI makes any machine smarter. It can range from a computer program playing chess to Alexa or Siri which are capable of speech response and interpretation.AI is of three types. 6

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Copyright © Global Tech Council ARTIFICIAL NARROW INTELLIGENCEANI It’s named as ANI because it performs only one particular function. An example of this is the Deep Blue which was developed by IBM. It defeated Garry Kasparov the chess grandmaster in 1996. 7

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Copyright © Global Tech Council ARTIFICIAL GENERAL INTELLIGENCEAGI An AGI system is capable of performing any task which can be completed by a human being. We are yet to create an AGI model successfully. 8

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Copyright © Global Tech Council ARTIFICIAL SUPER INTELLIGENCEASI ASI is a term that often scares people because it refers to machines superseding humans. It has not happened but Stephen Hawking did warm about it. 9

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Copyright © Global Tech Council Machine learning Machine Learning is a subcategory of Artificial Intelligence. Arthur Samuel coined the term ‘machine learning’ in 1959. Basically it is a field of artificial intelligence that uses statistical techniques to give computer systems the ability to “learn” from data without being explicitly programmed. The name machine learning was coined in 1959 by Arthur Samuel. The key idea behind ML is that machines are capable of learning and becoming smarter on their own by accessing and analyzing different types of data.It is fast becoming the handiest type of technology of any kind of business with its quick integration. 10

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Copyright © Global Tech Council ML models can easily read huge sets of data and make predictions based on the recognition of these complex data sets and patterns. It can perform multiple activities like speech recognition facial recognition translation object recognition etc. One of the most unique features of Machine Learning is its capability to adjust and respond depending on the data which they are exposed to. This way it even eliminates the need for human intervention as long as the data keeps flowing. 11

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Copyright © Global Tech Council Deep Learning Deep learning is part of a broader family of machine learning methods based on learning data representations as opposed to task-specific algorithms. DL refers to the deep artificial neural networks or the layers of the neural network. Deep artificial neural networks are basically algorithm sets which provide accurate solutions for problems like sound recognition image recognition recommender systems etc. 12

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Copyright © Global Tech Council They require large amounts of labelled data and substantial computing power as well.Learning can be supervised semi-supervised or unsupervised. While training an algorithm in supervised learning a full set of labelled data has to be provided. In unsupervised learning a deep learning model is provided with a dataset. This dataset is without any specific instructions on what to do with it. 13

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Copyright © Global Tech Council The sample dataset is a collection of examples without any particular desired outcome or correct answer. It is the task of the neural network to automatically find structure in that data by extracting only the useful features and analyzing its structure.Lastly semi-supervised learning is nothing more than a training dataset with both labelled and unlabeled data. When one has to extract certain relevant features from a dataset and labelling becomes a time-taking task then this method is quite useful. It uses a bit of both for the desired outcome. 14

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