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Sidra Saleem
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Machine Learning and Neurolinguistic Programming

Modern life is full of gadgets that use artificial intelligence. Such applications include iPhone's Siri, Google Translate, and Kindle's dictionary. These are examples of an application of machine learning. Machine Learning or 'ML' is a branch of artificial intelligence (A.I.) that uses statistical techniques to teach computers to learn without being programmed explicitly.
Machine learning is a branch of computer science that develops algorithms that can learn from data, information, and algorithms that make predictions or decisions based on what they have learned.
The amount of data that falls under the machine learning category is mind-boggling. Internet users daily generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data, and we have barely scratched the surface on its applications.
Over the past many years, machine learning technology has been successfully applied in many fields, such as biology, computer vision, finance, robotics, speech recognition, and NLP. The general idea is to derive insights from data through a computational approach rather than by relying on human expertise. In this activity, we will go through some applications of ML in different fields.

Machine Learning aims to 'teach' machines to understand data and make accurate predictions. I know that's a pretty generic goal, but it should help us identify practical machine learning applications.

Whereas NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming ) has helped identify patterns of humans' and emotional behaviors.
This technique later helped scientists create programs for machines to adapt those patterns either by the auto programming techniques or supervised or unsupervised ML techniques.
Neurolinguistic Programming (or NLP for short) is not a silver bullet for the personal development of your clients. If you spend time and money on NLP training, you will learn an impressive amount of helpful information about how people think, act, and feel. There are also dozens of techniques you can use to help your clients quickly eliminate specific negative patterns in their lives.

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Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) has many applications. Through language, perception, cognition, and behavior, people can become more skillful in their lives and at work/play.
It is a therapeutic technique that combines hypnosis and cognitive behavioral therapy. This technique has successfully treated many problems, including phobias, addictions, and eating disorders.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a personal development program that gives individuals the ability to analyze and understand language and behavior, communicate more effectively, and improve their self-awareness. It is not a new approach to psychology and psychotherapy. Instead, a paradigm applies what is known about how the mind/brain works and maps it onto a common language.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a recently developed scientific discipline aiming to study human interactions and communication by experimenting with different hypnosis methods. It is the complete language model written by experts. NLP was pre-programmed with hypnosis, conversation, and counseling elements. Started by John Grinder and Richard Bandler in the 1970s, it has been popular in Western Europe and North America. It has many applications, including Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Personal Development, Sales Training & Sales Success Coaching, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Helping Relationships & Relationship Coaching.

Business today is reshaped by the power of 'big data.' Data is produced on an unprecedented scale, and those that can figure out how to use it effectively have a considerable advantage in their market. Machine Learning has proven to be one of the most powerful tools for extracting insights from enormous amounts of data.

Machine learning has been adopted by many businesses that build software. It's the next frontier in A.I. That will extend its horizons to new heights of meaningfully predicting possible outcomes in business, politics, and even personal relationships.

Today, many businesses solve their business challenges and implement new technologies by machine-learning methods. Machine-learning algorithms can be used for solving problems related to text processing and recognition; for optimizing mobile resource consumption; for forecasting and market predictions; for image enhancement, detecting diseases and identifying abnormalities in medical images; improving autonomous vehicle driving quality; for making recommendations or personalized ads.

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