Probably you are already aware of the fact that artificial intelligence and machine learning are all around us, from phones to devices and a huge number of things in between. But do you know what is the core technology that enables these devices to perform effectively? It’s natural language processing or NLP. Have you ever come across situations like you’re typing something on your smartphone and it is coming up with word suggestions based on what you’re currently typing and what you usually type? Surely you did and that’s a natural language processing system in action. We surely overlook the technology and take it for granted but in the business domain, it is one of the biggest innovations that have transformed the entire domain.
In recent years, artificial intelligence and big data have offered a significant number of advantages to businesses together with some new terminologies that every aspiring tech enthusiast should have a clear understanding of. Deep learning and neural networks are two such terms which are often interchangeably used by many people. But in reality, they’re not the same thing. In this post, we’re going to take a closer look at these two to help you develop a proper understanding of them.
If you’re interested in learning artificial intelligence or machine learning or deep learning to be specific and doing some research on the subject, probably you’ve come across the term “neural network” in various resources. In this post, we’re going to explore which neural network model should be the best for temporal data.