CSA Global to present on Machine Learning at TGDG in Canada

    Published on March 26th, 2018

    CSA Global Resource Consultant, Adrian Martinez will be present on “Machine Learning for Geologists” at the Toronto Geological Discussion Group; Mini-Symposium – New Technologies in Exploration on April 3, 2018.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTATION

    Machine learning techniques are becoming popular in the mining industry but only a selected group of academic researchers and industry technologists are actively working with these revolutionary tools.

    This presentation is to promote the use of machine learning techniques by ‘non-experts’ to solve geological problems.

    Adrian will share his experiences on how to dive into machine learning, from simple to complex techniques, and will provide comment on what software are commonly used by beginners and experts.

    The presentation includes demonstrative examples of geological problems solved with machine learning, with emphasis on the complexity of each problem and the techniques required to solve it.

    This talk also includes comments on what kind of techniques may be used for different problems, based on the nature of the informing data.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Adrian Martinez
    PhD, CFSG, BS, APEGBC, P.Geo.

    Adrian has 16 years of experience as a consultant on resource estimation and technical reports, operational auditing, due diligence and technical risk analysis, mine geology, sampling and geological interpretation. He has worked with various commodities such as gold, copper, nickel, submarine sills, barite, clay and limestone deposits. Some examples of Canadian and international mineral resource estimation projects where he worked are Coringa, Cow Mountain, Borden Gold Property, Gallowai Bull River Mine and Brucejack. He also worked on Cuban projects in Moa Bay, Cementos Mariel, Oro Barita and Merceditas.

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