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Self-supervised learning (SSL): a form of unsupervised learning, where manually labeled data is not needed. Raw data is instead modified in an automated way to create artificial labels to learn from. An example of SSL is learning to complete text by masking random words in a sentence and trying to predict the missing ones.


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