Geophysical Insights, publishers of the Paradise AI workbench, is making their general e-courses on AI and seismic interpretation available without charge to anyone interested over the next 60 days.
Geophysical Insights announces the launch of Paradise version 3.3, adding the Deep Learning (DL) Fault Detection application and Deep Learning (DL) Seismic Facies Identification tool to the Paradise® AI workbench.
Geophysical Insights chose the Society of Exploration Geophysicists Annual Meeting in San Antonio to announce the launch of the Paradise Scripting Suite. Those universities in the Paradise University Program will be the first recipients of the new programming language that is specifically for geoscience application development.
The research on this topic will investigate applications of new levels of seismic resolution afforded by multi-attribute Self-Organizing Maps (SOM), the unsupervised machine learning process in the Paradise software.
Geophysical Insights announces the launch of Paradise 3.2, which includes the isolation of geobodies through machine learning, and the generation of attributes on a LINUX High-Performance Computing (HPC) facility.
eophysical Insights announced the launch of the new Attribute Generator in the latest release of Paradise® – version 3.1. Paradise is a multi-attribute analysis platform that uses machine learning to extract more information from seismic and well data.
Geophysical Insights, developer of Paradise®, a multi-attribute seismic analysis software platform, announced today at the 2015 American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention & Exhibition that the company is now a member and sponsor of the Attribute Assisted Seismic Processing & Interpretation (AASPI) Consortium at the University of Oklahoma (OU). AASPI is led by Dr. Kurt J. Marfurt, the Frank and Henrietta Schultz Chair and Professor of Geophysics at the ConocoPhillips School of Geology and Geophysics.