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Machine Learning

Machine learning allows applications to become predictive by categorizing and recognizing patterns in historical and incoming data. Computers are then able to use those patterns to infer general rules about how to organize data or content and present it to users.

Machine learning has evolved to become the de facto technology to make business and consumer applications smarter.

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