Everyone knows machine learning is a hot skill and a lucrative one. According to Glassdoor, the average base pay for a machine learning engineer is more than $114,000 per year in the United States. Many employers also have more perks, such as bonuses and equity, that can amount to much more than your base pay as your machine learning engineer career progresses.

Landing a machine learning engineering job isn’t easy, however. The skills and experience you need are broader than you may think, and they fall under a variety of different job titles.

Published on: 8/10/22, 7:50 AM

Machine learning and deep learning are both hot topics and buzzwords in the tech industry. You’ll hear these topics in the context of artificial intelligence (AI), self-driving cars, computers beating humans at games, and other newsworthy technology developments. If you’re new to the AI field, you might wonder what the difference is between the two.

Think of it this way: deep learning and machine learning are both subsets of artificial intelligence. And, deep learning is a subset of machine learning. Machine learning is an AI technique, and deep learning is a machine learning technique.

Published on: 8/10/22, 7:43 AM