Experiencing The Difference

For me, the best way to experiencing something is by doing.  This hands-on approach reinforces my experience via the five senses.  For instance, in a new place I learn local direction by running through its neighborhood – seeing the landmarks, street signs, all up close and personal.

Machine learning , on the other hand, is not personal.  In fact, it relies on data.  More the better, so it can recognize patterns and suggest more effective alternatives to human solutions. Given that machine does not forget, applications of machine learning will undoubtedly benefiting the human experiences, for example navigation.

One key difference however is that machine lacks original thought.  All of machine’s answers are based on the existing data.  In comparison to human, it can’t be inspired to write a personal story or moved to memorialize a relationship.  Machine can not match the human mind in syntheses.

Therefore, I am not giving up my experiential learning. Indeed, machine will augment my experiences.  With the help of machine learning such as my smartphone, laptop, etc. I will continue to explore my surroundings the best way I know how – by doing it.

What is your experience with the machine learning?

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1 Response to Experiencing The Difference

  1. Laurie says:

    I agree with your thoughts on experiential learning. I have found that the best way to learn something is by doing it!


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