Reliability of Bayes Theorem

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In the machine learning context, how useful and reliable Bayes’ theorem is?
Oct 17, 2018 in Data Analytics by shams
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Baye’s theorem is useful for determining the probability of an event, obtained by dividing the actual positive rate by the false positive rate. Some of the very complex questions and challenges can solve using a simple approach and eliminated with the help of this theorem.

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