June 6, 2024, 2:46 p.m. | /u/General_Working_3531

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My company deals with device telemetry data from smart valve devices. It is basically a lot of digital data from different sensors and some analogue components for things like current and voltage. The data is huge, both in terms of features and samples. My manager basically wants to use machine learning to identify faults in the device, which consists of multiple sub-assemblies so there can be multiple faults in one sub assembly, or multiple faults in different sub-assemblies in one …

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