Explain It Like I'm 5

In the spirit of Michael Scott and Reddit we felt like it would be useful to explain some of the machine learning jargon that is constantly thrown around, in a simple manner.

While we won't really explain it like you would with a 5-year-old, we will explain some of the terminology in a way that a non-technical person could find meaningful.

One of our primary goals is to make machine learning more useful, by removing the need to dive into technical prerequisites... so let's get started.

Supervised Machine Learning

Using computers to find patterns in data that are associated with something. Thes...

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Reinforcement Learning

Using trial and error to teach a computer program which action is the best option...

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Automatic Outcome Optimization

A program that performs actions then improves itself based on the outcome of thos...

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Customer Churn

When a customer cancels their relationship/account/purchases with a business.


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