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Our brain is made up of billions of nerve cells, called neurons. Arranged in a network, neurons communicate with each other in a sequence-like manner: Once one neuron receives information, it passes it to another neuron, which passes it to another and so on.
Imagine you have prepared for an exam or competition, but in spite of your efforts you do not get the results you want. If you choose to try again, you will likely revise your preparation tactics based on your first experience.
In our day to day life we face many tasks whether they are expected or unforeseen. Unsurprisingly, when we face unforeseen challenges we are more prone to struggles and failure, but when it comes to tasks we were ready for, usually we are well more equipped to complete them with flying colors.
Picture yourself back in school, bracing for exams in a couple of weeks. How will you prepare for your exams? Some strategies you may utilize include reading text books or class notes, scavenging Google for resources, or watching videos.
In a world that runs on machines, algorithms are all around you. Whether you are reading this article, watching some video, or browsing the web, it is because an algorithm brought it to you.
Artificial intelligence is the collection of tasks that machines can execute. Machines learn these tasks with the help of machine learning and deep learning for specific cases. Together, these three processes are utilized in data science so that data can be converted into insights.
Whether you are an employee or an employer, switching to a remote setting requires a fresh perspective and commitment to change. Not only is it unreasonable to have office expectations for remote work, but it is counterproductive.
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