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By A.J. Roan
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Minerva AI case study for Klondike Gold

DRIVER recreates model for Klondike Gold in less than a day North of 60 Mining News - September 30, 2022

 

Last updated 10/6/2022 at 2:01pm

A vintage photograph of the now ghost town Grand Forks in Yukon, Canada.

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When the Klondike Gold Rush began, settlements such as the now ghost town of Grand Forks sprouted up. Once the second-largest settlement after Dawson City, it has long been abandoned. Klondike Gold Corp. now holds the claims where this once prosperous town was located.

Continuing a trend of supporting mineral exploration with its cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning software, Minerva Intelligence Inc. has carried out a case study on the Lone Star gold zone on Klondike Gold Corp.'s Eldorado property in the Dawson Creek Mining District of Yukon, Canada.

Evaluated using Minerva's DRIVER software, Klondike Gold says it was extremely impressed...



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