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R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: Is there "shallow learning"
R_Colin_Johnson   7/13/2014 5:13:54 PM
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Deep Learning just means you are using an artificial neural network--or similar algorithm--to discover relationships among Big Data that would not be obvious to the causual observer. Like Newton's discovery of gravity, many of these discoveries made by Deep Learning algorithms are obvious after they are understood, but difficult to come up with by humans just studying a vast database.

resistion
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Is there "shallow learning"
resistion   7/13/2014 10:44:21 AM
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What is "deep learning"? Or rather, what is the drawing line between "deep learning" and "shallow learning" for lack of a better term?

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MDI MEGLIO112   6/11/2014 2:40:36 PM
Louis, you should look into it for your company.  Love, Dad



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