International Journal of Computer and Communication Technology

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Data mining is the process of discovering useful patterns and insights from large datasets, using statistical and machine learning techniques. It involves extracting knowledge from data and transforming it into an understandable structure for further use. Data mining algorithms can be used to analyze various types of data such as text, images, and videos, and can be applied to various domains such as finance, healthcare, and marketing. Data mining has many practical applications, such as customer segmentation, fraud detection, predictive modeling, and recommendation systems. It has become an important tool for businesses and organizations to gain insights from their data and make data-driven decisions. However, it also raises concerns about privacy, data protection, and ethics, as it involves handling large amounts of sensitive data. Therefore, ethical and responsible use of data mining techniques is crucial to ensure the protection of individual rights and the preservation of social values.




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