Tag Archive | shipwreck

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning in Archaeology Conference

Yes, it’s been more than a year since my last post. It’s time to get this blog going again! I am sorry for my absence. I’ve been following the Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning in Archaeology Conference¬†that took place in Rome remotely via Twitter. I had to do it remotely as I only […]

James Cameron doing Computational Archaeology

So it turns out that the well known director, James Cameron, is a deep sea explorer and has worked on a number of computational archaeology projects. Here are some of the relevant projects that he has been involved in: As a diver, James Cameron¬†wanted to explore the wreck of the Titanic. Making the Titanic movie […]

Computational Archaeology – May links

I disappeared for a while as I was busy wrapping up the first draft of my thesis. Now it’s time to catch up on some blogging. Here are some links relevant to computational archaeology you may have missed during my absence: What can we learn from computational archaeology: How stuff works has a short article […]