(A) Learning from real examples and observations
(B) Writing complex code to break problems down
(C) Imitating a singular solution to solve a given problem
(D) Generalising from unsolved behaviours and patterns
Machine learning solves real-world problems by analysing thousands to millions of examples to find certain patterns. When a pattern is identified the Machine tries to carve out a solution from these patterns.
This question is a part of the Topic Quiz section from the Intro to machine learning course. You can check out all the quiz answers to this exam in our Understand the basics of Machine Learning Answers page.