Machine Learning Applications in Real World
N. Thirupathi Rao,Department of Computer Science and Engineering Vignan’s Institute of Information Technology (A) Visakhapatnam, AP, India
Debnath Bhattacharyya,Department of Computer Science and Engineering Vignan’s Institute of Information Technology (A) Visakhapatnam, AP, India
The utilization of machine learning and its techniques and algorithms in the current day is growing day by day. The involvement of these techniques in the applications makes the applications and gadgets smarter from day to day. The size of the devices also becoming smaller and also some advanced features also can be processed by the small and mini devices. The size and the tasks performing by the cell phones or the smart phones was one of the best examples for these applications and wonders. Hence, it is required for us to have a knowledge about the set of applications where the machine learning is being used in the devices in the current day and the set of benefits the people are getting from these applications and how these devices are making the life of the people more smarter and more safe and happy. Hence, in the current paper, a brief description about machine learning techniques and the list of applications where these machine learning techniques are using very highly and getting more advantages and more benefits for the human lives.
Machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, Applications, real world, human lives.
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