BC project employs machine learning predictive analytics to manage water resources


By Greg Johnston

To help mitigate the impacts of climate change on water resources, a Canadian predictive analytics software company led a Fresh Water Data Commons project, which is now deployed in Anderson Creek, British Columbia. Collecting regional data and using machine learning to provide a real-time view of what’s happening is fundamental in helping water authorities and communities forecast and predict.

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