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Many people without a formal/solid background in statistics (e.g. without knowing exactly what the central limit theorem (CLT) states) are doing research on machine learning, which is a very big and fundamental subfield of AI that has a big overlap with statistics, or using machine learning to solve problems. So, in my view, you don't need to learn ...


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I work in NLP, and use very little statistics. Actually, almost nothing I do can be classed as 'serious' statistics. So yes, AI is a wide area, and in my company there is a group that does machine learning, so they probably use a lot more of it than I do. Previously I worked in conversational AI. Again, very little to no statistics at all. I would contest ...


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