Mathematics for machine learning.
Math is a fundamental component of machine learning, which aids in developing an algorithm that can learn from data and make precise predictions.
Statistics, linear algebra, probability, and calculus are the four key ideas that drive machine learning.
Calculus aids us in learning and optimising a model, even if statistical ideas are the foundation of every model.
When working with a large dataset, linear algebra is really helpful.
Linear algebra is also heavily used in neural networks for the processing and representation of networks.
Probability aids in foretelling future events and their trajector
y.
Both gradient descent and algorithm training make use of multivariate calculus.
Making prediction models from ambiguous data is the process of machine learning.