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In machine learning, the training loss is a measure of how well a machine learning model is performing on its training data. The training loss is a key component of the training process, where the model learns to make predictions by adjusting its parameters (weights and biases) based on a specified objective or loss function.

**Loss Function**: A loss function, also known as a cost function or objective function, quantifies how well the predictions of a model match the actual target values in the training dataset. The goal during training is to minimize this loss. Common loss functions include mean squared error for regression problems and categorical cross-entropy for classification problems.**Training Loss**: The training loss is the value of the loss function calculated on the training dataset. It represents the error between the model's predictions and the actual target values during the training phase. As the model iteratively updates its parameters to minimize this loss, it learns to make better predictions on the training data.**Gradient Descent**: Optimization algorithms, such as gradient descent, are commonly used during training to minimize the training loss. The gradient of the loss with respect to the model parameters is computed, and the parameters are adjusted in the opposite direction of the gradient to reduce the loss.

Monitoring the training loss over epochs (iterations through the entire training dataset) is a crucial aspect of training machine learning models. Initially, the training loss tends to decrease as the model learns from the data. However, it's essential to strike a balance and avoid overfitting, where the model becomes too specialized to the training data and performs poorly on new, unseen data.