VIDEO: The Difference Between A.I. and Machine Learning and Deep Learning

VIDEO: The Difference Between A.I. and Machine Learning and Deep Learning

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The Difference Between A.I. and Machine Learning and Deep Learning


There’s a discussion going on about the topic we are covering today: what’s the difference between AI and machine learning and deep learning.

Very frequently, press coverage and even practitioners of analytics use the terms Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning interchangeably. Disregarding the difference between AI and machine learning and deep learning.

However, these three concepts do not represent the same. In this video, we are going to break this down for you, giving you examples of use cases making the difference between ai and machine learning and deep learning more clear.

Any device that perceives its environment and takes actions to maximize its chances of success, can be said to have some kind of artificial intelligence, more frequently referred to as A.I.

More specifically, when a machine has “cognitive” capabilities, such as problem solving and learning by example it is usually associated with A.I.

Artificial Intelligence has three different levels:

Narrow AI: when a computer can perform one task much better than a human; this is where we stand nowadays.

2. General AI: when a machine can successfully perform any given intellectual task that a human being can too

3. Strong AI: when machines can beat humans in many of tasks.

Machine Learning is a subset of AI.
This is what most applications of AI in business rely on currently. Want to know more about how businesses are applying AI? Watch this video, in which we cover a list of them:

And finally, as a subset of machine learning, there’s Deep Learning. It is called “deep” because it makes use of deep artificial neural networks.

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12 Replies to “VIDEO: The Difference Between A.I. and Machine Learning and Deep Learning”

  1. This is a nice overview indeed. Having stated that ML is a subset of AI, it could be interesting to indicate what else is there in AI, i.e. what is the subset AIML. This is where many beginners have problem. Similarly, what is there in MLDL?

  2. I was hoping for a clearer explanation of the difference between AI and Machine Learning. Could you describe what it is that makes them different? I have always seen AI as a subset of ML, not the other way round… ie ML is anything that uses an algorithm to train on a data set in order to perform a task and AI … based on the perceptron … specifically achieves this task with a neural net. What do you think?

  3. When machines start to do what humans can do, then we say that they have artificial intelligence. The method through which this is achieved is majorly through machine learning. Even in machine learning algorithms, a set of deep learning algorithms are performing exceedingly well which is the cause of the current rage of AI field

  4. Great. This topic needs a lot more clarity in most discussions by generalist managers, especially regarding what is realistically achievable and what not. There is a lot of hype around AI, ML and Big Data. Especially vendors often overstate the benefits.