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What are the prerequisites to learn Machine Learning?

 
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I wanted to Have Machine Learning Training in Bangalore as I am much interested in AI kind of things and i am currently working on one project which requires machine learning so, I just want to know what criteria or what prerequisites are there to learn machine learning. As I know that the most enthusiastic branch of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning is all around us in this modern world.
 
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Are you interested in learning the theory or in using it for practical applications?

If it's the second, then knowing Python and SQL is enough to get started.

Check my book for more details: http://mlbookcamp.com/
 
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Prerequisite is Python as typically Python has been the programming language used for Machine learning. If done using Spark ML, then it can be done using Scala too. It requires some mathematics and statistics too but I think not that much for beginner level.
 
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