So randomization is also helpful for classical ML classification, uh:

Random Projections for Support Vector Machines by Saurabh Paul, Christos Boutsidis, Malik Magdon-Ismail, Petros Drineas. The abstract reads:

Let $\mathbf{X} \in \mathbb{R}^{n \times d}$ be a data matrix of rank $\rho$, representing $n$ points in $\mathbb{R}^d$. The linear support vector machine constructs a hyperplane separator that maximizes the 1-norm soft margin. We develop a new oblivious dimension reduction technique which is precomputed and can be applied to any input matrix \mathbf{X}. We prove that, with high probability, the margin and minimum enclosing ball in the feature space are preserved to within \math{\epsilon}-relative error, ensuring comparable generalization as in the original space. We present extensive experiments with real and synthetic data to support our theory.

A few references have been featured here under the RandNLA tag Check also the Randomized Numerical Linear Algebra page. The thesis of Saurabh Paul entitled Random Projections for Support Vector Machines is here.

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