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How can an empirical economists use machine learning

How can an empirical economists use machine learning

As empirical economists, how can we get the maximum from machines? We know that they do the work. Facebook offers ads, articles according to your interests, Siri understands voices, and Google translates everything. Doing these ‘intelligent” things is statistical and computational. Tackling empirically the tasks made it all possible. Let’s see how we can use […]

Use of Machine Learning in Economic Research

Does your company feel the need to be more organised and productive? Do you wonder how you could implement and use information technology in business? Then article is for you – it will discuss some relevant IT topics and even share with you how to stay focused.  Today, we use information technology regularly in our […]

The Impact of Machine Learning on Economics

Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer science. It focuses on using data and algorithms to imitate how humans learn, gradually improving its accuracy. Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to computer systems that can perform human-like tasks. It is about creating a neural network that intakes large quantities of data and, on […]