Automatic learning or machine learning is a broad field of research within artificial intelligence that focuses on the development of algorithms and techniques that allow computers to learn.
The methods can be divided into two rough categories: inductive and deductive. Leading methods create computer programs by forming rules or extracting patterns from data. Deductive methods result in a function that is just as generic as the input data.
Automatic learning is strongly related to statistics, as both fields analyze the study of data. Automatic learning is more focused on the algorithmic complexity or the implementation in programs. It is also related to data mining, which searches patterns and relationships in large amounts of data in an automated manner.
Many learning difficulties are NP hard or more difficult, so an important part of this field is to develop algorithms that approach the solution.
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