Deep Learning

Definition updated on November 2023

What is Deep Learning?

Through the use of a machine learning approach called deep learning, computers are taught to learn by doing just like people do. Driverless cars use deep learning as a vital technology to recognize a stop sign or tell a pedestrian from a lamppost. It is essential for voice control on consumer electronics including hands-free speakers, tablets, TVs, and smartphones. Recently, deep learning has attracted a lot of interest, and for good reason. It is producing outcomes that were previously unattainable. A computer model learns to carry out categorization tasks directly from images, text, or sound using deep learning. Modern precision can be attained by deep learning models, sometimes even outperforming human ability. A substantial collection of labeled data and multi-layered neural network architectures are used to train models.

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