Philosophy behind ensembling 

Ensembling, which is super-famous among ML practitioners, can be well-understood through a simple real-world, non-ML example.

Assume that you have applied for a job in a very reputable corporate organization and you have been called for an interview. It is unlikely you will be selected for a job just based on one interview with an interviewer. In most cases, you will go through multiple rounds of interviews with several interviewers or with a panel of interviewers. The expectation from the organization is that each of the interviewers is an expert on a particular area and that the interviewer has evaluated your fitness for the job based on your experience in the interviewers' area of expertise. Your selection ...

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