WHAT IS MACHINE LEARNING?
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More complex uses of machine learning include KOCIG ENCUUKƂECVKQP (QT example, Adobe has developed a feature called Smart Tags for its program Experience Manager. It can add tags to images automatically. For example, to an image of the Washington Memorial, it would slap tags such as ‘architecture’, ‘memorial’, and ‘Washington Memorial’. If someone searched for architecture images on their system, the Washington Memorial photo would show up. AI art tools developed by Mario Klingemann, Dan Ventura and Simon Colton all make use of machine learning.