Machine Learning — The Intuition of Chebyshev’s Inequality

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Said in simple terms, probability theory is the mathematical study of the uncertain — it allows us (and thereby also the computer) to reason and make decisions in situations where complete certainty is impossible. Probability theory plays a center-stage role in machine learning theory, as many learning algorithms rely on probabilistic assumptions about the given data. In this article, we…

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