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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Approaches Of Deep Learning In Persuading The Contemporary Society For The Adoption Of New Trend Of AI Systems: A Review

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Sanusi Darma Abu, Fatma Susilawati Mohamad



Artificial Intelligence; Machine Learning; Deep Learning; Modern Society



Deep learning models are progressing rapidly into a diverse lifestyle, which includes finance modeling, education, manufacturing, marketing and policing, as well as in creating innovative technologies such as autonomous systems. They are used in medical field to improve the accuracy of health conditions or to detect diseases in body. Artificial intelligence technologies are used in Social Media applications such as Netflix. Facebook, Google; Sportily, etc. The algorithm used in these programs could monitor user-browsing habits and makes recommendation best on their recent web browsing activities. Modern banking system uses deep learning approaches to monitor the activities on customers’ accounts, to check for any possibility of theft, to approve loans, and to maintain an online security system. However, deep learning approaches are offering a variety of benefits not only to online learners but also to organizations that invest in modern eLearning platforms. This paper explored the impacts of deep learning approaches in shaping the use of AI systems in numerous walk of life. This system of machine learning is robust in building a more organized contemporary society.



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