Machine learning is a field in computer science that focuses on computational methods to recognize patterns and “learn” to perform tasks without specific programming. When algorithms are exposed to new data, they can autonomously adapt through a wide array of advanced techniques. The ability to perform complex mathematical calculations to extremely large quantities of data is becoming a driving force in the industry, especially in the realm of behavioral biometrics.
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In recent years, data science has emerged into the limelight and gained more attentive scrutiny by business leaders, academics and practitioners. Many have opined that this new field has become a driving force in technology markets, generating tremendous innovation and growth. At its core, data science is an interdisciplinary field that employs automated methods to analyze massive amounts of data, incorporating concepts from different disciplines such as: computer science, mathematics, statistics, analytics and modelling.