What's the difference between data mining and machine learning?

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Asked Aug 01, 2017
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Answered Aug 28, 2018
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Answered Oct 01, 2018
Data mining means examining large databases in order to generate new information and machine learning is the use of artificial intelligence that provides systems the ability to automatically learn and improve. I'm not sure, but I think machine learning can even be used in data mining! Here's the company that could provide you with the answer, they do researches in this field and also develop their own solutions for machine learning: https://chisw.com/tech-interest They also have a lot of explanations considering that matter on their website.
Answered Aug 22, 2019
Machine learning is a very important part of artificial intelligence which makes the system artificially adaptable and learn for the future incidents and issues regarding improvement. Data mining is a kind of information or data collected for machine learning.
Answered Sep 10, 2019

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