Tag: Machine Learning

Landscape Archaeology Research Group

Almost 9,000 burial mounds detected in Galicia by Artificial Intelligence

Recently, an article in La Vanguardia highlighted our projects in Galicia (Spain), where we have been using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning to automatise the detection of archaeological features, structures and sites. With this post, we wanted to provide insight on this transformative methodology. Artificial intelligence (AI) is being considered the fourth industrial revolution. Derived from engineering…
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HOW NEW TECHNOLOGIES CAN HELP EXTRACT ARCHAEOLOGICAL INFORMATION FROM HISTORICAL MAPS

New research using Deep Learning to extract archaeological information from collections of maps produced during the European colonization of South Asia and Levant  New research published this week in Archaeological Prospection presents the results of how archaeological information can be extracted from historical maps using deep learning. The paper demonstrates the potential of this technique for large-scale…
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