Machine Learning – Supervised VS Unsupervised Learning


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  1. The idea of unsupervised learning could be explained with fruit. While we may not know categories that each belongs to, unsupervised learning will establish common characteristics between each, forming clusters. A common cluster for apples could be they are round and most are green, but only we can determine this.

    The link below has an image at the end of the article that compares facial recognition for supervised and unsupervised learning:

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