AI in the Mining Value Chain: Here to Stay (hosted by KPMG)
Artificial Intelligence is becoming prevalent in every sector of our economy – particularly in heavy industry where efficiencies achieved from technology can significantly reduce costs.
From discovery to recovery, AI and data science are now being used to optimize processes in every part of the modern mining value chain. Crucially, these technologies are no longer just experimental, but are having meaningful impacts on production.
Some examples include MineSense providing real-time analysis of ore vs waste in the excavator bucket, Minerva Intelligence rapidly evaluating multi-element patterns and zones in massive datasets using AI, or Teck Resources’ deploying autonomous haul trucks on their mine sites.
Join us for an afternoon of compelling conversations on these topics July 13th from 3:00-5:00pm.
3:00pm: Opening Remarks and welcome from KPMG Canada
3:10pm: Michael Goering, President & CEO, Mining Association of BC (MABC)
3:30pm: Livia Mahler, CEO, Computational Geosciences
3:50pm: Maarten Haest, VP Geoscience, Minesense
4:10pm: Clinton Smyth, Co-founder & CTO, Minerva Intelligence
4:30-5pm: Panel Session and Q&A
Kendra Johnston, President, Association for Mining Exploration (AME)
Shaun Barker, Director, Mineral Deposit Research Unit (MDRU)
Dennis Loktionov, Director of Digital, Teck Resources Limited
Jameel Ahamed, Partner, Advisory Services, KPMG Canada