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What exactly is Training Data?

Access to high-quality training data is required for AI and machine learning models. Understanding how to efficiently collect, prepare, and test your data allows you to realise the full potential of AI. “Data is used to teach machine learning algorithms.” Who use the training data to form relationships, understand, make judgments, and assess their confidence. And the model performs better as the training data improves. 

 

In reality, the quality and quantity of your machine learning training data are just as important as the algorithms themselves in determining the success of your data project. 


First, we must all agree on what we mean by the term dataset. A dataset is defined as having both rows and columns, with each row containing one observation. This observation can take the form of an image, audio clip, text, or video. Even if you have a large amount of well-structured data in your dataset, it may not be labelled so that it can be used as a training dataset for your model. Autonomous vehicles, for example, require tagged photographs of the road in which each automobile, pedestrian, street sign, and so on are marked. Sentiment analysis projects necessitate labels that assist an algorithm in determining when someone is employing slang or sarcasm. Entity extraction and rigorous syntactic analysis are required for chatbots, not just natural “language. In other words, the data you want to utilise” for training must usually be enriched or labelled before can use it. Furthermore, you may require more of it to power your algorithms. Most likely, the data you’ve saved isn’t ready to be used to train machine learning algorithms.

Choosing the Amount of Training Data Required

There are numerous aspects to consider when determining how much machine learning training data you require. The first and most crucial consideration is the need for precision. Assume you’re developing a sentiment analysis algorithm. Yes, your problem is complicated, but it is not life or death. “A sentiment algorithm that achieves 85 or 90 per cent accuracy is more than adequate for most” people’s needs, and a false positive or negative here and there won’t make much of a difference. Which would you rather have: a cancer detection model or a self-driving car algorithm? That’s another storey. It is truly a matter of life and death if a cancer detection model misses critical indicators. Of course, more sophisticated use cases necessitate more data than less complex ones. As a general rule, a computer vision system that is only trying to detect foods will require less training data than one trying to identify objects. The more classes you hope your model will detect, the more examples it will require. 

It is important to note that there is no such thing as having too much high-quality data. Better training data, and more of it, will help your models perform better. Of course, there comes the point where the marginal advantages from adding more data are insufficient, so keep an eye on that as well as your data budget. You must establish a success threshold, but understand that you can exceed it with more and better data with diligent iterations. 

Getting Your Training Data Ready

The truth is that most data is sloppy or incomplete. Consider a photograph. An image is nothing more than a collection of pixels to a machine. Others may be green, some may be brown, but a machine will not recognise this as a tree until it has a label attached to it that says, in essence, this collection of pixels right here is a tree. After seeing enough labelled photographs of a tree, a machine can begin to comprehend that comparable “groupings of pixels in an unlabeled image also represent a tree.”

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