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Auf dem Wege zur Demokratisierung des Maschinellen Lernens

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Correspondence to Eberhard Hechler, Sandra Lemmer, Imre Koncsik, Peter Nonnenmann or Christoph Goller.

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Eberhard Hechler, Executive Architect, IBM Germany R&D Lab

Dr. Sandra Lemmer, Executive Assistant and Content Marketer, HYVE - the innovation company

Prof. Dr. Imre Koncsik, Professor für Systematische Theologie, HS Heiligenkreuz/Wien

Dr. Peter Nonnenmann, Dozent für Mathematik, DHBW Mannheim und Karlsruhe

Dr. Christoph Goller, Research Director, IntraFind Software AG

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Hechler, E., Lemmer, S., Koncsik, I. et al. Auf dem Wege zur Demokratisierung des Maschinellen Lernens. Digitale Welt 3, 64–71 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42354-019-0215-6

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