Strong gravitational microlensing (GM) events provide us a possibility to determine both the parameters of microlensed source and microlens. GM can be an important clue to understand the nature of dark matter on comparably small spatial and mass scales (i.e. substructure), especially when speaking about the combination of astrometrical and photometrical data about high amplification microlensing events (HAME). In the same time, fitting of HAME lightcurves of microlensed sources is quite time-consuming process. That is why we test here the possibility to apply the statistical machine learning techniques to determine the source and microlens parameters for the set of HAME lightcurves, using the simulated set of amplification curves of sources microlensed by point masses and clumps of DM with various density profiles.