(A) Give the machine the least amount of reading examples possible, so it can find the best solutions and minimise machine errors.
(B) Give the machine multiple examples of texts being read out in various languages, so it learns the same behaviour.
(C) Give the machine similar reading tasks that have been repeated thousands of times already, so it has enough data to get started.
A Machine needs repeated examples of the behaviour we want them to learn. This can be achieved by providing a task that has been repeated thousands of times already. This provides the machine enough data to get started.
This question is a part of the Check Your Knowledge section of the third lesson Applying machine learning to business problems from the Understand the basics of machine learning course. You can check out all the answers to this exam on our Understand the basics of Machine Learning Answers page.