Minerva Intelligence will be delivering three presentations at the EGU General Assembly 2019, taking place in Vienna (Austria) from 7th to 12th, April 2019.  The conference will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The presentations will be as follows:

Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Landslide Hazard Mapping Incorporating the European Union’s INSPIRE Mapping Standards

Gioachino Roberti, Clinton Smyth and David PooleTuesday, 9th April, 9:30–9:45am  |  Room M1An abstract of the presentation may be accessed at this link.

Semantic Challenges facing AI Applications in Earth Sciences

Stephen M. Richard, David A. Poole, Clinton P. Smyth, Christopher Ahern and Victoria WangTueday, 9th April, 12:00–12:15pm  |  Room M1An abstract of the presentation may be accessed at this link.

Ontology-based Reasoning Applications for Mineral Exploration and Hazard Mapping

Jake McGregor, Clinton Smyth and David PooleTueday, 9th April, 12:15–12:30pm  |  Room M1An abstract of the presentation may be accessed at this link.