The digital transformation is introducing new applications of A.I and machine learning in the fields of geoscience and engineering. This generates new opportunities for improving the way we deal with and the value we gain from geoscience data. We want to bring those opportunities to you and to support our members with the learning tools to meet their goals. That’s why we created this dedicated newsletter: jump on board and receive the most important updates from the EAGE digital world every month!
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You can catch up with previous editions of the EAGE Digital Newsletter below:
A Strategic and a Technical Workshop Coming Soon in Vienna under the Sign of Digitalization | Join Upcoming Online Interactive Short Courses on Data Science | Data Science Goes to Moscow | EAGE & SEG Workshop to Focus on Smart Cities | A.I. and Machine Learning under the Spotlight in Amsterdam | Back to the Future with an e-Summit Flashback | Communities at Work Around A.I.
EAGE Digital 2020: Technical Programme at a Glance | Data Science is Back on the Calendar: Join Upcoming Online Interactive Short Course | Learn more about Data, Computer Science, and Digitalization at the EAGE Annual 2020 | 17th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery Now Online | Two Months of Opportunities for AI and Machine Learning | Learn How Digital Transformation Using Subsurface Data Creates Value in O&G Industry | August Student e-Summit on Digitalization | Leveraging Geophysics with AI: Join the Next Community Event | EAGE Communities Embrace Digitalization | More Papers on Digitalization on First Break
Define Future of Energy at EAGE Digital 2020 | Step Into Data Science through EAGE Interactive Online Short Courses | Add Machine Learning Tools to Your Portfolio | Introducing the First Digital Subsurface Conference for Asia Pacific | Coders Welcome | The 2021 Awards Await Your Nominations | Join the Network of EAGE A.I. Professionals | First Break Special Topic July 2020 “Machine Learning”