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  • Artificial Intelligence AI mineral exploration drill core log photo analysis

    Core photos new focus for AI exploration

    A.J. Roan, For Metal Tech News|Updated Jul 10, 2022

    GoldSpot Discoveries Corp., already known for using machine learning to assist mineral exploration companies, has added new core imaging technology that explorers can use in determining viable drill targets. This new tech, LithoLens, is a relogging workflow system powered by machine learning to turn drill core photographs into digital images and uses deep learning algorithms to enhance images and extract information. GoldSpot has recently partnered with Calibre Mining Corp....

  • Machine learning AI minerals exploration Cassiar gold project BC

    GoldSpot AI turns up Cassiar gold targets

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Jul 10, 2022

    GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. Aug. 18 reported that its collaboration with Margaux Resources Ltd. has turned up new gold targets on the Cassiar gold project in northwestern British Columbia. In May, the two companies announced that GoldSpot would be applying its proprietary machine learning techniques to analyze the extensive geological data that has been generated from decades of exploration and production at Cassiar. Working alongside Margaux' technical team, GoldSpot has...

  • Core from Goldspot Discoveries AI generated targets Patents gold project Ontario

    Three stages of GoldSpot Discoveries AI

    Shane Lasley, Metal Tech News|Updated Jul 10, 2022

    From taking on a new gold exploration project in British Columbia's famed Golden Triangle to hitting gold with an artificial intelligence targeted drill hole in Ontario, it has been a busy week for GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. On May 4, GoldSpot reported promising results from machine learning mapping on Manitou Gold Inc.'s Patents property, part of the larger Goudreau gold project in northeastern Ontario. One of the holes generated from this AI work, MTU-20-14, cut 0.5 meters o...