Difference Between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Machine Learning

There are two classes of artificial intelligence (AI): general (aka strong or full) and applied (aka narrow or weak). Applied is designed to handle specific tasks and is much more common than general, which attempts to be intelligent in the way one would think of an intelligent person — and may always be the stuff of science fiction.

Machine Learning applications

Current applications of machine learning include image recognition, speech recognition, medical diagnosis, statistical arbitrage (uses in securities trading), learning associations (uses in marketing), prediction (also used in marketing), and information extraction, “the process of extracting structured information from unstructured data.”

Source: Peter Cleaveland | Enterprise IOT Insights