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    These are some of the Differences to note which i gathered from “Machine Learning with Python” course from Cognitiveclass.ai.

    [1] For instance, in machine learning, fewer assumptions are made, due to a better accuracy from the predictive models, in comparison to statistical modelling which is more mathematically
    based.
    [2] Machine Learning is a subfield of Computer Science and uses algorithms, while Statistical
    Modelling is a subfield of Mathematics and uses equations.
    [3] One of the main things that makes machine learning useful is that it also works well with large sets of data, whereas statistical modelling has a hard time doing so.
    Machine learning provides strong predictive ability with minimal human effort, while statistical modelling provides the best estimate and more human effort.

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