Deep learning has produced good results for a few applications such as computer vision, language translation, image captioning, audio transcription, molecular biology, speech recognition, natural language processing, self-driving cars, brain tumour detection, real-time speech translation, music composition, automatic game playing and so on.
Deep learning is the next big leap after machine learning with a more advanced implementation. Currently, it is heading towards becoming an industry standard bringing a strong promise of being a game changer when dealing with raw unstructured data.
Deep learning is currently one of the best solution providers fora wide range of real-world problems. Developers are building AI programs that, instead of using previously given rules, learn from examples to solve complicated tasks. With deep learning being used by many data scientists, deeper neural networks are delivering results that are ever more accurate.
The idea is to develop deep neural networks by increasing the number of training layers for each network; machine learns more about the data until it is as accurate as possible. Developers can use deep learning techniques to implement complex machine learning tasks, and train AI networks to have high levels of perceptual recognition.
Deep learning finds its popularity in Computer vision. Here one of the tasks achieved is image classification where given input images are classified as cat, dog, etc. or as a class or label that best describe the image. We as humans learn how to do this task very early in our lives and have these skills of quickly recognizing patterns, generalizing from prior knowledge, and adapting to different image environments.