Machine learning uses algorithms to digest data sets, draw conclusions based on analyzed data, and use these conclusions to complete the task in the most effective way. This ability is a fundamental difference between machine learning and machine that has been programmed from the beginning with a certain sequence of commands. Machine learning has the capability to accomplish tasks dynamically.
While Deep Learning is one of the methods of implementing machine learning that aims to mimic the workings of the human brain using ANN. Deep learning uses a number of algorithms as 'neurons' to work together in determining and digesting certain characteristics in a data set.
In contrast to general machine learning programs that are designed to accomplish certain tasks, deep learning programs are usually programmed with more complex capabilities to study, digest, and classify data.
A machine learning model requires data to learn and obtain parameter estimates, so the more data that can be used, the machine learning program will be smarter. In addition, operating machine learning models — especially logical networks for deep learning — requires high computational power. This is because the deep learning model must operate many processes simultaneously, especially in the training phase. In the training phase, the machine learning model must process very large amounts of data to be categorized as a reference.