SVM is a powerful supervised algorithm that works best on smaller datasets but on complex ones. Support Vector Machine, abbreviated as SVM can be used for both regression and classification tasks, but generally, they work best in classification problems. They were very famous around the time they were created, during the 1990s, and keep on being the go-to method for a high-performing algorithm with a little tuning.
By now, I hope you’ve now mastered Decision Trees, Random Forest, Naïve Bayes, K-nearest neighbor, and Ensemble Modelling techniques. If not, I would suggest you take out a few minutes and read about them as well.