“Artificial Intelligence” vs “Machine Learning”

The terms “Artificial Intelligence” and “Machine Learning” get thrown around a lot but what is the difference. As Chris Nicolson explains on Quora, artificial intelligence is a broad term that covers lots of examples of “computer doing smart things that everyone used to think only a human mind could do.” An example of this is “win at chess”. “Machine Learning” is a particular APPROACH to attempting to create artificial intelligence, namely, giving the algorithm (aka the machine) data and allowing the computer to find patterns in the data.

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