AyseKok Arslan


This paper describes an open library based on an open-source site that empowers non-professionals to create machine learning programs. The library includes modeling blocks, explaining training and data validation, training and prediction. The purpose of this study is to provide those people who have no background in computer science or who have limited programming skills with tools for designing, training, testing, and using advanced machine learning models. To confirm the complexity of AI and its algorithm, students must see simple tests of integration with two neural networks. This paper concludes with recommendations for future work.


Machine learning, visual editing, construction, neural nets, artificial intelligence

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