Deep Learning

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Deep Learning

What is Deep Learning?

Deep Learning attempts to model high-level abstractions in data using multiple layers of processing, composed of multiple nonlinear transformations.
Deep Learning is a branch of machine learning technique.
Reference: Yoshua Bengio. Learning Deep Architectures for AI..

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