Machine learning

Machine learning pinpoints mineral deposits in northwest British Columbia

Vancouver, BC – June 13, 2018 – A new report published by Geoscience BC today matches machine learning and interpretive techniques for stream sample geochemistry to locate mineral deposits in northwest British Columbia. The Integrated Assessment of Regional Stream Sediment Geochemistry for Metallic Deposits in Northern Stikine Terrane project used techniques including ‘random forest’ and ‘typicality’/’allocation’ supervised machine learning to

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How Big Data, AI And Other Tech Trends Are Disrupting The Oil Industry

Julian Mitchell, CONTRIBUTOR Jan 22, 2018 11:00 AM 1,682 Photo courtesy of McKinsey Crude oil prices hit record highs back in 2008, reaching upwards of $150 per barrel, boosting production and inspiring a gold rush amongst investors who banked on the trajectory of a perceivably promising industry. Yet, the reality plaguing global powerhouses like Exxon Mobil, Shell and BP proved the

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Turing at NIPS 2017

Researchers in AI and data science from around the globe headed to Long Beach, California this week to attend NIPS 2017, one of the world’s biggest annual conferences for machine learning. This year’s NIPS (which stands for ‘neural information processing systems’) received a record-breaking number of submissions, and so we were delighted to see a strong cohort of Turing researchers

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