It enables machines to translate, execute and investigate and let them learn and give best solutions like human.
Deep learning is a subcategory of machine learning methods powered by artificial intelligence technologies. Deep learning is also known as a system of algorithms inspired by the human brain, which can automatically evolve itself from a huge amount of data it generates. These systems first develop a deep domain insight and then provide this information to the end-users in a timely, natural, and usable way. Since there is a rapid increase in data generation across industry verticals such as the banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI), healthcare, retail, and public services, the adoption of deep learning is also growing fast.
Applications: Fraudulent transaction pattern detection in banking, Healthcare prediction, etc.
Deep learning complex neural networks are designed to emulate how the human brain works, so computers can be trained to deal with poorly defined abstractions and problems. The average five-year-old child can easily recognize the difference between his teacher’s face and the face of the crossing guard.