VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / February 17, 2023 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Datametrex AI, Jourdan Resources, Stratabound Minerals and Imagine Lithium discussing their latest news.
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Datametrex AI (TSXV:DM) subsidiary Nexalogy to introduce Analytics GPT
Datametrex AI (DM) subsidiary Nexalogy is scheduled to unveil Analytics GPT on February 27. The company will host a webinar to demonstrate its AI-powered tool. Datametrex AI Limited is a technology-focused company with exposure to artificial intelligence, machine learning, and telehealth. CEO Marshall Gunter sat down with Shoran Devi to discuss the upcoming launch.
For the full interview with Marshall Gunter and to learn about Datametrex AI, click here.
Jourdan Resources (TSXV:JOR) intersects more lithium from the Vallée Project
Jourdan (JOR) published a second set of assay results of its ongoing drill campaign on its flagship Vallée Project. This set of assay results is from nine holes and follows the results of 10 holes published in January. Four of the nine holes reported in the second set of assays encountered high-grade lithium concentrations exceeding 1.0 per cent Li2O, including hole VAL22-7-4 that intersected 1.23 per cent Li2O over 4.15 metres from 152.85 to 157.00 metres. Executive Chairman Dr. Andy Rompel joined Shoran Devi to explain the results.
For the full interview with Dr. Andy Rompel and to learn about Jourdan, click here.
Stratabound Minerals (TSXV:SB) delivers positive PEA for Fremont Gold Project
Stratabound Minerals (SB) released positive results from the independent Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) on its Fremont Gold Project, located in California’s Mother Lode Gold Belt. 11-year mine life projection at estimated 1,303,000 oz.. After-tax net present value (NPV) of US$210 million. Stratabound’s President and CEO, R. Kim Tyler, met with Shoran Devi to offer more insight on the PEA.
For the full interview with R. Kim Tyler and to learn about Stratabound Minerals, click here.
Imagine Lithium (TSXV:ILI) drills best intercept to date at the Jackpot lithium project
Imagine Lithium (ILI) released further assay results from its ongoing drill program at the Jackpot Lithium property. The drill program is designed to test targets along strike both to the east and west of the Jackpot lithium property. J.C. St-Amour, President of Imagine, met with Shoran Devi to discuss the results.
For the full interview with J.C. St-Amour and to learn about Imagine Lithium, click here.
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