The Master Algorithm
Professor Pedro Domingos talked about his book The Master Algorithm, in which he says technology is close to achieving the ultimate learning algorithm that is capable of discovering any knowledge from data, and able to anticipate needs and requests. Professor Domingos explained what learning machines are and how they work by looking at the machines that power Google, Amazon, Facebook, and smartphones. close
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