Chapter 11. Introduction to Deep Learning

Innovators have always longed to make machines that can think. At the point when programmable PCs were first considered, individuals pondered whether they might get to be wise, over a hundred years before one was constructed (Lovelace in 1842).

Today, artificial intelligence (AI) is a flourishing field with numerous reasonable applications and dynamic exploration points. We look to intelligent programming to automate routine work, process image and audio and extract meaning out of it, automate diagnoses of several diseases, and much more.

In the beginning, when artificial intelligence (AI) was picking up, the field handled and tackled issues that are mentally difficult for individuals, yet moderately straightforward ...

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