AI vs. Machine Learning: What's The Difference?
The Enterprisers Project, March 4th, 2019
March 17, 2019,
Volume 252, Issue 2

"Artificial intelligence and machine learning get lumped together so often these days that it'd be easy for people to mistake them as synonymous," writes Kevin Casey in The Enterprisers Project. "That's not quite accurate, though: They're most certainly connected but not actually interchangeable.

'Artificial intelligence and machine learning are closely related, so it's no surprise that the terms are used loosely and interchangeably,' says Bill Brock, VP of engineering at Very.

If you're not using AI or ML yet, you soon will be evaluating its potential for your organization..."

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