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Supervised learning, often known as supervised machine learning, is a machine learning and artificial intelligence subcategory. It is distinguished by the use of labeled datasets to train algorithms that accurately classify data or predict outcomes.

  • Prepare Data is the first step in supervised learning.
  • Select an Algorithm.
  • Make a Model.
  • Select a Validation Method.
  • Examine Fit and Update as Needed.
  • Predictions should be made using the Fitted Model.

Unsupervised learning is beneficial for extracting relevant insights from data. Unsupervised learning is very similar to how humans learn to think via their own experiences, making it closer to true AI. Unsupervised learning operates on unlabeled and uncategorized data, making it more significant.

Linear regression is a supervised learning technique that is commonly used in quantitative data prediction, forecasting, and association discovery. It is one of the first learning methods that is still frequently used today.

Supervised Learning techniques are classified into two types: regression and classification. Classification separates data, whereas regression fits data.

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