20 Aug machine learning
A branch of cognitive computing or artificial intelligence (AI) that gives computers the ability to learn new facts, associations, and possibly processes automatically. This implies that humans may code the rules, and tell the machine where to look, but the ML takes place without real-time human participation. With supervised learning, any inferred facts, associations or processes will later be reviewed by a person to validate correctness or assign confidence values. The process-centered branch of ML focuses on developing computer systems that can teach themselves to grow or change based on new data.The content-centered branch of ML uses new facts and associations to grow or change enterprise information models.