Semi-Supervised

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As the name suggests, semi-supervised learning is a bit of both supervised and unsupervised learning and uses both labeled and unlabeled data for training. In a typical scenario, the algorithm would use a small amount of labeled data with a large amount of unlabeled data. This type of learning can again be used with methods such as classification, regression, and prediction. Examples of semi-supervised learning would be face and voice recognition techniques. Machine Learning: What it is and Why it Matters | Priyadharshini @ simplilearn

Semi-supervised learning is supervised learning where the training data contains very few labeled examples and a large number of unlabeled examples. The goal of a semi-supervised learning model is to make effective use of all of the available data, not just the labelled data like in supervised learning. Making effective use of unlabelled data may require the use of or inspiration from unsupervised methods such as clustering and density estimation. Once groups or patterns are discovered, supervised methods or ideas from supervised learning may be used to label the unlabeled examples or apply labels to unlabeled representations later used for prediction. It is common for many real-world supervised learning problems to be examples of semi-supervised learning problems given the expense or computational cost for labeling examples. For example, classifying photographs requires a dataset of photographs that have already been labeled by human operators. Many problems from the fields of computer vision (image data), natural language processing (text data), and automatic speech recognition (audio data) fall into this category and cannot be easily addressed using standard supervised learning methods. 14 Different Types of Learning in Machine Learning | Jason Brownlee - Machine Learning Mastery

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