Artificial Intelligence and Inscriptions (ENCODE Project Seminar) - Opportunities and practicalities of Machine Learning for Epigraphy

The event is organized by Alice Bencivenni (Department of History and Cultures, UniBo), ENCODE Project Coordinator and is valid for the PHD Course History and Archaeology, Studies on Heritage, Memory and Cultures. Registration required for participation online and in presence (places limited).

Damaged inscription: a decree of the Athenian Assembly relating to the management of the Acropolis (dating 485/4 BCE). IG I3 4B. (CC BY-SA 3.0, WikiMedia).
  • Date: 11 FEBRUARY 2022  from 15:00 to 17:00

  • Event location: Aula Celio, Department of History and Cultures, Via Zamboni, 38, University of Bologna, Bologna – Online - In presence and online event




Thea Sommerschield (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia): Applying AI to epigraphy

Charlotte Tupman (University of Exeter): Applying Machine Learning to epigraphic layouts

Jonathan Prag (University of Oxford): The potential of AI in epigraphy


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Passcode: 305136


Alice Bencivenni

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