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Mining needs to be more mature about data use

THE mining industry must move beyond a model of “sense and respond” to that of “predict and act” if it is to harness the power of data and artificial intelligence for mine optimisation.

Vale artificial intelligence program leader Ali Soofastei at the Future of Mining 2023 conference.

Vale artificial intelligence program leader Ali Soofastei at the Future of Mining 2023 conference.

Vale artificial intelligence program leader Ali Soofastaei told the Future of Mining Sydney conference that in order to gain the benefits of Mining 4.0, analytical maturity must be achieved. This goes...

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