What's the difference between the research of Machine learning and data mining?

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Hi, I was looking for research opportunities in the master's field of AI. What's the difference between the research of Machine learning and data mining?
Nov 21 in Machine Learning by Hannah
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Data mining research mainly revolves around gathering and exploring data, finding patterns in them. Machine learning is something at a bigger level. Gathering data is part of the entire ml process. But most of the data gathering approaches are machine learn algorithms that expects you to have string machine learning knowledge.
answered Nov 21 by Amulya

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