What is machine learning and how to learn it ?

Machine learning is just to give trained data to a program and get better result for complex problems. It is very close to data mining.
While many machine learning algorithms have been around for a long time, the ability to automatically apply complex mathematical calculations to big data – over and over, faster and faster – is a recent development. Here are a few widely publicized examples of machine learning applications you may be familiar with:

The heavily hyped, self-driving Google car? The essence of machine learning.
Online recommendation offers such as those from Amazon and Netflix? Machine learning applications for everyday life.
Knowing what customers are saying about you on Twitter? Machine learning combined with linguistic rule creation.
Fraud detection? One of the more obvious, important uses in our world today.



  1. Ratnadeep Bhattacharyya says:

    I am using Anaconda distribution for machine learning is there any better alternative or I should continue with it???

  2. shubham joshi says:

    Hello sir,good afternoon,, sir I am going to develop a school website. how can i use ml.js in it?
    means what are the probable functionalities could be implemented using ml.js ?

    thank you

  3. Kaushal Mistry says:

    Wanted to know do we need to know (Python) Algorithms and Data Structure to get into Machine Learning.

  4. Subhajit Kar says:

    Hey you heard about the latest news about Facebook’s new AI research. The AI bots developed a new language other than english to make conversation between them which make no sense to people. What to do you think about that???

  5. ShowBizJunkie says:

    Hello Hitesh! How are you? I am glad that you covered this topic. I am interested in this but I am a bit hesitant. Does it involve an understanding of Maths like binomial expressions etc? It is a hot field right now but I don’t want to endup in a boring job which is more suitable for nerds. I am not a nerd. I have seen data scientists jobs that require a PHD. A lot of people that I met told me that anyone can learn this. That it is not for nerds only. That their company hired engineers who were half way through their data science training and so forth. I did some research and I saw that this role needs a good understanding of Python language (without Django or other framework), Stats and Probablity 101 & 102, and Machine Learning.

    I am so tired of looking for a job where one role requires you to have knowledge of x number of skills. I am exhausted. It seems hard to break into any tech profession now and hope to find a job (and I am talking about USA). I thought many times to enter software development but was discouraged to see all the other things required to be one. For example, for a Python developer, they not only want Django but host of other technologies. I have been searching for a profession which is more focused so that I can learn one programming language very good (or some other tool) and find a job. I don’t have to the time and energy to learn ALL. I just want to learn what is needed at the moment. So I thought Data Scientist role would be a good option because It only requires Python, SQL as a programming tool (and Machine Learning, Statistics as subjects) and that is all. What I am not sure is:

    a) What would the job duties be day to day? Will it be lots of mathematical computation? Would it involve longer work hours?
    b) Would there be any opportunity to work remotely? Can this job be done remotely?

    I am currently learning Python, Javascript, PHP so that I can develop my own website and be able to fix errors myself. I am hoping that this would make me ready for future jobs.

  6. rohan singh says:

    Hlo sir u make it all video awsm but I want to give u suggestion… Plz sir make videos in hinglish(also use English as well as Hindi language) ur video sounds more interesting nd mostly persons in India are more comfortable with hinglish.

  7. MOHIT GUPTA says:

    Thanks for the video 🙂
    1. Can you please put up a video on topics to be covered on Machine Learning.
    2. Where to find projects and how to approach them. I could find some on Kaggle and Analytics Vidhya but the approach is not clear enough.

  8. Mani Balaji C says:

    I am planning to move from networking to machine learning, it’s been 4 years in R&S. Any idea how long it will take to start from scratch and get a job.

  9. VenkataNagarjunaReddy Pidimarla says:

    Ha what are opportunities for freshers in machine learning through python in India

  10. Bharathan A says:

    Wow ! Atlast found a very reasonable learning site with reasonable pricing. Thanks hitesh.

  11. Niranjan Naik says:

    only apple provides such apps for machine learning.Does other company provides such apps?like Microsoft,Google..

  12. Chinmay Kunte says:

    Can you please share about core programming And how and where we will get knowledge about it.?

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