Over the last few years, machine learning has garnered a great deal of attention both in academic circles and in the marketplace. We now have a huge number of applicable use cases, thanks to the fact that we're living in an era where data is the new coin.
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In the last 2 or 3 years, you may have heard that "data is the new currency." Or perhaps you've read news about the increased usage of artificial intelligence to create self-driving cars, supplement customer support, and improve product recommendation systems based on the last purchased item or the customer's shopping profile.