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Tomorrow is a tech company leveraging the power of data and machine learning to automatically quantify the climate impact of our daily choices. Created in 2017, Tomorrow regroups data scientists, machine learning engineers and climate change experts to automate carbon accounting and cause massive behavioural changes.

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WHY TOMORROW’S LEADERS NEED TO BE BIG DATA EVANGELISTS

| May 25, 2016

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Big data is no longer an over-hyped trend on the horizon. It’s very real, and it’s definitely here to stay. According to a recent Forbes study, 90 percent of businesses have at least a “moderate” investment in analytics technologies, talent, infrastructure and processes. Some organizations cite cultural challenges to reshaping their businesses; however, the vast majority (59 percent) of executives believe big data is critical for achieving competitive advantage today and in the years to come…...

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DATA VISUALIZATION VIA VR AND AR: HOW WE'LL INTERACT WITH TOMORROW'S DATA

zdnet | March 26, 2019

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Imagine tapping into a raw data feed from a distributed network of IoT devices in a logistics center. The center is full of robots, employee work stations, and shipping and receiving docks. The data coming back contains important information about machine performance and operational efficiencies. Reading the data correctly will reveal important opportunities to increase productivity....

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PARTICLE PHYSICS TURNS TO QUANTUM COMPUTING FOR SOLUTIONS TO TOMORROW’S BIG-DATA PROBLEMS

newscenter.lbl | January 29, 2020

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Giant-scale physics experiments are increasingly reliant on big data and complex algorithms fed into powerful computers, and managing this multiplying mass of data presents its own unique challenges. To better prepare for this data deluge posed by next-generation upgrades and new experiments, physicists are turning to the fledgling field of quantum computing to find faster ways to analyze the incoming info. In a conventional computer, memory takes the form of a large collection of bits, and each...

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FROM BIG DATA TO ACTIONABLE ANALYTICS

tdworld.com | January 24, 2020

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For many utilities, this world is not far off. For PECO Energy Co., a subsidiary of Exelon Corp., this world is here now as a result of the Exelon Utilities Analytics Academy. This program is aimed at enabling employees to adopt digital skills, such as machine learning, operational analytics, visual storytelling and automated analysis. This ensures the people who are most familiar with the meaning behind the data also can conduct their own analysis, rather than having to rely on a central group ...

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WHY TOMORROW’S LEADERS NEED TO BE BIG DATA EVANGELISTS

| May 25, 2016

Big data is no longer an over-hyped trend on the horizon. It’s very real, and it’s definitely here to stay. According to a recent Forbes study, 90 percent of businesses have at least a “moderate” investment in analytics technologies, talent, infrastructure and processes. Some organizations cite cultural challenges to reshaping their businesses; however, the vast majority (59 percent) of executives believe big data is critical for achieving competitive advantage today and in the years to come…...

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DATA VISUALIZATION VIA VR AND AR: HOW WE'LL INTERACT WITH TOMORROW'S DATA

zdnet | March 26, 2019

Imagine tapping into a raw data feed from a distributed network of IoT devices in a logistics center. The center is full of robots, employee work stations, and shipping and receiving docks. The data coming back contains important information about machine performance and operational efficiencies. Reading the data correctly will reveal important opportunities to increase productivity....

Read More
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PARTICLE PHYSICS TURNS TO QUANTUM COMPUTING FOR SOLUTIONS TO TOMORROW’S BIG-DATA PROBLEMS

newscenter.lbl | January 29, 2020

Giant-scale physics experiments are increasingly reliant on big data and complex algorithms fed into powerful computers, and managing this multiplying mass of data presents its own unique challenges. To better prepare for this data deluge posed by next-generation upgrades and new experiments, physicists are turning to the fledgling field of quantum computing to find faster ways to analyze the incoming info. In a conventional computer, memory takes the form of a large collection of bits, and each...

Read More
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FROM BIG DATA TO ACTIONABLE ANALYTICS

tdworld.com | January 24, 2020

For many utilities, this world is not far off. For PECO Energy Co., a subsidiary of Exelon Corp., this world is here now as a result of the Exelon Utilities Analytics Academy. This program is aimed at enabling employees to adopt digital skills, such as machine learning, operational analytics, visual storytelling and automated analysis. This ensures the people who are most familiar with the meaning behind the data also can conduct their own analysis, rather than having to rely on a central group ...

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