Critics describe machine learning as a "black box," where data goes in and a prediction comes out, without visibility into how the prediction was derived. This lack of transparency makes it difficult to evaluate and update predictive models as conditions change or new sources of data become available. But today's machine learning systems are not black boxes, allowing data scientists and business…
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