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Deep Learning 101: The What, Where, and How

Researchers have tried for decades to create computers capable of learning. Recently, using the human brain as a model, they have had some success. Complicated algorithms have been developed, allowing computers to learn on a limited scale. Deep Learning (DL) is the name used for the process of computers “learning” appropriate responses as they interact […] The post Deep Learning 101: The What, Where, and How appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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