Domain adaptation
One key element of cognitive systems is the capability to learn and adapt overtime. Rather than being explicitly programmed, cognitive systems learn from their interactions with their users and from their experiences with their environment. Machine learning gives computers the ability to learn and act without being explicitly programmed. This means that the computer model gets better over time by learning from its mistakes and new experiences (being exposed to new data). When developing machine-learning models, the models are ...

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