AI Data Set creation, labeling and verification, and its importance for Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Data scientists continue to work tirelessly to try and replicate human intelligence through the algorithms they create.
Neural networks are systems with autonomous or intelligent behavior. They are able to perform tasks and solve problems independently (so-called artificial intelligence / AI). Before that, the neural algorithms have to be trained using sample data. AI systems learn from these data and can generalize them and apply what has been learned to new tasks.
The more accurate and extensive the amount of AI training data is, the better the first results of AI systems are.
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