Machine Learning for Business

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are often used interchangeable (synonyms), but they aren’t. Let’s see first how they relate to each other.

What is Artificial Intelligence?

A.I. is the science of training machines to perform human tasks. A.I. holds a concept that a computer can act like a human brain calculating the road around us every second of every day. Artificial Intelligence includes reasoning, cognitive processing, natural language recognition, planning and other research fields in addition to Machine Learning.

What is Machine Learning?

The name machine learning was introduced by Arthur Samuel in 1959. It is a field of science that explores the development of algorithms that can learn from and make predictions on data. The main difference with other common algorithms is the ‘learning’ piece. Machine Learning algorithms are not series of processes serially executed to produce a predefined output. They are instead series of processes aiming to ‘learn’ patterns from past events and build functions that can produce good predictions, within a degree of confidence.
Within the field of data analytics, machine learning is part of a piece known as predictive analytics.
ML models look for patterns in data and try to draw conclusions like people would. Once the algorithm gets really good at drawing the right conclusions, it applies that knowledge to new sets of data.

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Connect to any data source by quickly and seamlessly integrating data from both on-premise or cloud, and both SAP or non-SAP sources. Harmonize data with the built-in ELT tool within SAP Data Warehouse Cloud and use built-in adapters to connect data from remote sources.

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Flexible pay-as-you-go models with separate storage and compute ensure you only pay for what you use. The built-in SAP HANA Cloud data lake allows for data of any shape and size and you can also integrate products and solutions you are already using. Start small, scale big – run your pilot projects in the cloud through SAP Data Warehouse Cloud.

Analytics Integration

Native SAP Analytics Cloud integration allows you to discover new insights, and setup dashboards with with pre-built content and design assets. Built-in machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities help you gain even deeper insights from your data models. Compatible also with any other data visualization solution.

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