In 1959, Arthur Samuel, a computer scientist who pioneered the study of Artificial Intelligence, described machine learning as "the study that gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed." Alan Turing's seminal paper (Turing, 1950) introduced a benchmark standard for demonstrating machine intelligence. A machine has to be intelligent and responsive in a manner that cannot be differentiated from that of a human being.
Machine Learning is an application of Artificial Intelligence where a computer/machine learns from past experiences (input data) and makes future predictions. The performance of such a system should be at least at human level.
This certification focuses on clustering problems for unsupervised machine learning with K-Means algorithm. For Supervised machine learning, we will describe the classification problem with a demonstration of the design trees algorithm and the regression one with an example of linear regression.