The good folks at AMD have published a page on Machine Learning and Deep Learning. It's a good read because it breaks down what many call AI and does it in an easily understood fashion. I've never really dug too deeply into the differences between ML and DL so this write-up was an eye-opener for me. I didn't realize that the primary difference between ML and DL is the representation of data. Also, it was interesting to learn DL is what's used in many of the AI applications we are used to seeing. If you want to get a deeper understanding of ML and DL you should take a look at what AMD has to say on the subject. Today’s state-of-the-art ML and DL computer intelligence systems can adjust operations after continuous exposure to data and other input. While related in nature, subtle differences separate these fields of computer science.