Bulky_Wurst3 karma2021-03-24 15:41:41 UTC
AI and ML are 2 different things. But to the observer, it seems basically the same thing (at least in my experience).
Where do you see the difference in real life applications of AI and ML?
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Bulky_Wurst1 karma2021-03-24 16:03:06 UTC
I think so aswell. One phrase a friend once said after his program learned more than it was designed to do was: "and now it has become an AI".
Thought it was funny and pretty accurate at the same time. Then again, I have never programmed something with ML, so don't know.
Bulky_Wurst0 karma2021-03-24 15:54:55 UTC
I know it's a little off-topic, but RL is part of ML, so I thought I'd ask anyway.
My question, maybe a little confusing written, is basically where the lime between ML and AI is. This applies to RL aswell.
You can have a program using RL to do certain things, but when is it considered AI? That would be the question I meant to ask.
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