How is AI different from ML?

0 votes
How is AI different from ML? I find both of them pretty similar.
Apr 17 in Others by Milli
55 views

1 answer to this question.

0 votes

Let's have a look at the differences between AI and ML

AI ML
Originated in 1950 originated in 1960
represents simulated intelligence in machines the practice of making machines make decisions without being programmed
AI is a subset of Data science a subset of Data science and AI
Aim to build machines which are capable of thinking like humans Aim to train machines to solve problems using the available data
answered Apr 17 by John

Related Questions In Others

0 votes
0 answers

How is AI different from Deep learning?

How is AI different from Deep Learning? READ MORE

Apr 22 in Others by Halder
30 views
0 votes
1 answer

How is regression testing different from functional testing?

Functional testing is testing a section of code ...READ MORE

answered Feb 18 in Others by Mythlli
20 views
0 votes
1 answer

How is functional testing different from non functional testing?

Hey @Sinha, functional testing is performed using the ...READ MORE

answered Feb 18 in Others by Anusha
28 views
0 votes
2 answers

What is white box testing and how is it different from black box testing?

Black Box Testing is a software testing method in ...READ MORE

answered Feb 20 in Others by preetiagarwal
• 170 points
50 views
+3 votes
8 answers

Will robots take over surgeons?

Yes we will definitely need a surgeon ...READ MORE

answered Nov 30, 2018 in Events & Trending Topics by anonymous
102 views
0 votes
1 answer

How is machine learning used to detect objects?

To understand the surrounding environment in real ...READ MORE

answered Nov 30, 2018 in Others by Kailash
56 views
0 votes
1 answer
0 votes
2 answers

How do neural networks used in AI and deep learning learn?

A neural network is a hardware or software ...READ MORE

answered Apr 8 in Others by SA
• 1,030 points
79 views
+1 vote
2 answers

What is the different between xml and json?

These are the differences:   It is JavaScript Object ...READ MORE

answered Feb 7 in Others by Junaid
48 views