Maybe the question is too theoretical or even philosophical, maybe it's even the wrong SE-community.
I am wondering how I would call a model which is no longer trained/maintained with new data. Do I still call it Machine Learning? Since it does not learn any more.
Based on the following definition of ML:
“Machine learning is the study of computer algorithms that improve automatically through experience.” by Tom M. Mitchell
I would argue, since there is no automatic improvement anymore its not a machine learning algorithm anymore.
How do I call it when I used ML algorithms to train or fit a model to a certain point and then stop to improve the model?