- Minerva Intelligence (TSXV:MVAI) will exhibit its Artificial Intelligence software at the 2020 PDAC convention
- Minerva’s AI-powered software suite, TERRA, provides a range of unique products which may revolutionise the mineral exploration industry
- The PDAC convention will run from March 1 – 4 in Toronto, Ontario
- Minerva’s share price is up 9.09 per cent, and is currently trading at C$0.12 per share
Artificial intelligence company Minerva Intelligence (MVAI) has announced plans to exhibit its AI-powered mining software at the 2020 PDAC Convention.
PDAC (Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada) is the world’s premier international convention for the mineral exploration and mining sector. Each year, the event reports over 25,000 attendees from 135 countries.
This year, PDAC 2020 will run from March 1 – 4, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Ontario.
Minerva CEO Scott Tillman and other company members will attend the event. Located at booth #601, they will showcase their company’s latest Artificial Intelligence product.
Minerva’s innovative AI-powered mining software ecosystem, TERRA, combines human and machine intelligence to make mining decision-making more cost-effective.
TERRA is a software suite containing four unique products, which will dramatically improve the operations of mineral exploration and mining companies.
SOLACE prepares data for cognitive AI and machine learning applications. TARGET evaluates surface exploration data. DRIVER evaluates data from mine and exploration drilling. Finally, LEO is a document management system which can operate with other AI systems.
All four of TERRA’s applications will be demonstrated at the Minerva booth. However, there are a limited number of demo timeslots, so interested parties should book ahead.
Minerva’s share price is up 9.09 per cent, and is currently trading at C$0.12 per share at 11:16am EST.