k-mean clustering and its real usecase in the security domain

What Is K-Means Clustering?

Here are 7 examples of clustering algorithms in action.

1. Identifying Fake News

2. Spam filter

3. Marketing and Sales

4. Classifying network traffic

5. Identifying fraudulent or criminal activity

6. Document analysis

7. Fantasy Football and Sports

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