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PG&E has more than 5 million smart meters, reporting over 300 million voltage readings per day, so creating a process which was scalable was required That's enough to make any data scientist's head spin. How do you go about assuring quality and accuracy of such a vast swath of data?
For large datasets like these spark is an important piece of technology to enable distributed computing. In regards to data quality, it is a challenging problem, but when smart meter or other sensor data is available it can be an important source of truth to try to distinguish the sources of data quality inconsistencies, and we try to leverage that as much as possible.
As TPU continues to navigate the COVID 19 crisis, TPU data scientists are working actively to publish a variety of predictive analytical tools to help inform not just what has happened in the past, but what is likely to happen in the future. This is fascinating-- obviously we hope that such a pandemic won't be happening again, so what type of future events do you think we...
We need to analyze the data that gives us the information about the environment, nature, forestry loss, the wastes and their impacts on the environment and so on in addition to the above-mentioned data for the service-demand harmonization. Great point, Changiz. These environmental data points would likely be collected on a less frequent basis, though, right? Or would you see it being...
Thank you for the question, Matt. Unfortunately only environmental experts, and not all of them, collect some of those data. What do they do with that data? I don't know, but hope they use it properly to protect the social, economical, and environmental aspects of their work for the current and future generations as well. The main issue today is not data, and not even collecting...