I can’t say specifically for machine learning; however, in general for AI “in the wild” refers to public availability. For instance, with conversational AI that uses machine learning there is a well known dumbing down that happens in the wild, usually from people talking dirty and abusing the bot. An example of this would be Cleverbot, which “learns” from users (recycles is more accurate) — the reason many parents have considered Cleverbot potentially hazardous for children.
What does “in the wild” imply in machine learning?
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