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The Arch-I-Scan Project: Developing an AI system for identifying and recording Roman tablewares

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posted on 2024-02-26, 12:55 authored by Penelope AllisonPenelope Allison, Daniel van Helden, Ivan Tyukin, T Tyukina, Zedong Zheng

Classifying archaeological artefacts is a time-consuming and costly  process,  requiring  specialist  knowledge,  frequently  resulting in only small proportions of the available evidence being recorded and analysed. Artificial intelligence has the potential to address this problem, by carrying out the tasks of  identifying  and  classifying  artefacts  and  so  facilitating  more  holistic  recording  of  big  archaeological  data  by  non-specialists.

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Author affiliation

College of Social Sci Arts and Humanities/Archaeology & Ancient History

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  • VoR (Version of Record)

Published in

Teaching History (journal for the History Teachers’ Association of NSW)

Volume

57

Issue

3

Pagination

21 - 25

Publisher

History Teachers’ Association of NSW

Copyright date

2023

Language

en

Deposited by

Professor Penelope Allison

Deposit date

2024-02-26

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