Both data science and machine learning are rooted in data science and generally fall under that category. They often intersect or are confused with each other, but there are a few key contrasts between the two. The major difference between machine learning and data mining is how they are used and applied in our everyday lives. Data mining can be used for a variety of purposes, including financial research, Investing, sales trends and marketing. Machine learning visible form of the principles of data mining, but can also make automatic correlations and learn from them to apply to new algorithms.
• Machine learning and statistics
• Machine learning tools and techniques
• Fielded applications
• Generalization as search
• Bayesian networks