ANAMED LIBRARY DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM, FALL 2023
The Role of Artificial Intelligence and Remote Sensing in Monitoring Archaeological and Cultural Heritage
Speaker: Argyro Argyrou, Cyprus University of Technology
Date & Time: 21 November, 4.00-5.00 p.m
Over the last decade, remote sensing sensors and their products have been increased for archaeological science and cultural heritage, as reported in relevant literature. The documentation and protection of archaeological and cultural heritage (ACH) using remote sensing, a non-destructive tool, is increasingly popular for experts around the world, as it allows rapid searching and mapping at multiple scales, rapid analysis of multi-source data sets, and dynamic monitoring of ACH sites and their environments. Various studies have also concluded that, with artificial intelligence, archaeologists can avoid a costly or time-consuming process for research and excavation in limited archaeological areas. Here, we present a review study on remote sensing (RS) and artificial intelligence's (AI) contributions to archaeology. The aim is to summarize the state of the art related to AI and RS for archaeological research and provide further insights into the existing literature.
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