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By Rose Ragsdale
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Junior uses AI to hunt for arctic gold

Auryn identifies promising new exploration targets in Nunavut North of 60 Mining News – March 1, 2019

 

Last updated 9/25/2020 at 2:11pm

Auryn Resources uses AI machine learning to hunt for Arctic gold in Nunavut

Artificial intelligence has the ability to recognize subtle correlations across multiple datasets over a large spatial area, all while reducing human bias. Working with Computational Geosciences, Auryn has harnessed this capacity to identify drill targets on its Committee Bay gold project in Nunavut.

In a move many considered the stuff of science fiction or fantasy just 20 years ago, junior miner Auryn Resources Inc. has used artificial intelligence to help identify gold deposits at the Committee Bay Gold Project in Nunavut.

Vancouver, B. C.-based Auryn gained control of the remote arctic exploration project in 2015 through its acquisition of North Country Gold Corp. At the time, Committee...



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