Geophysicists look to artificial intelligence in digital transformation era
The future of geophysics and how the world’s surface and subsurface is viewed increasingly depends on the speed of technology to gather, process, and interpret data to make energy exploration business decisions.
More than 7,000 geoscientists gathered at the Society of Exploration Geophysicists’ (SEG) International Exposition and 89th annual meeting in San Antonio in mid-September for an overview of the latest technological innovations in geophysics, highlighting the application of artificial intelligence through machine learning and data analytics.
Other sessions were devoted to novel acquisition methodologies such as distributed acoustic sensing and advances in passive and electromagnetic methods used in gathering seismic data.
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