Since the early 1950s, machine learning (ML) has developed from playing a simple game of checkers to extremely advanced algorithms that help humans with everything from predicting the remaining useful life (RUL) of jet engines to the production of self-driving cars. In recent years, ML has allowed companies to automatically detect damage to powerlines, predict the best time to buy a product online, and even build effective fraud detection systems, all adding to the convenience and safety of our lives. Capitalizing on these technologies and incorporating them into existing Altair products allows engineers to work in a smarter way, speeding up design and production time.
There are a multitude of techniques when using ML that offer different solutions for different problems, and when considering how ML can be utilized in the engineering world it is important to understand the different approaches and methods.
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