Let's say I want to determine if some person is bald using two features, age and hair color. Also I will assume that age and hair color is independent in other words use Naive Bayes classifier.
Transforming my given data to probability table:
If I wanted to calculate if person is bald at age 20 having brown hair it would be easy
Since first probability is higher it will more likely will be bold. But what to do if I wanted to calculate probability of being bold at age 20 and having blonde hair?
I don't have any data of man being bald when he has blonde hair and I think it wouldn't be very correct just because of this ignore everything. So how I should deal with this situation in general where we would have much more features and much more data?