Archeomatica <p><em>Archeomatica</em> è una nuova rivista multidisciplinare, stampata in Italia, dedicata alla presentazione e alla diffusione di metodologie avanzate, tecnologie emergenti e tecniche per la conoscenza, la documentazione, salvaguardia, conservazione e valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale.</p> it-IT <span>Gli autori che pubblicano su questa rivista accettano le seguenti condizioni:</span><br /><br /><ol type="a"><ol type="a"><li>Gli autori mantengono i diritti sulla loro opera e cedono alla rivista il diritto di prima pubblicazione dell'opera, contemporaneamente licenziata sotto una <a href="" target="_new">Licenza Creative Commons - Attribuzione</a> che permette ad altri di condividere l'opera indicando la paternità intellettuale e la prima pubblicazione su questa rivista.</li></ol></ol><br /><ol type="a"><ol type="a"><li>Gli autori possono aderire ad altri accordi di licenza non esclusiva per la distribuzione della versione dell'opera pubblicata (es. depositarla in un archivio istituzionale o pubblicarla in una monografia), a patto di indicare che la prima pubblicazione è avvenuta su questa rivista.</li></ol></ol><br /><ol type="a"><li>Gli autori possono diffondere la loro opera online (es. in repository istituzionali o nel loro sito web) prima e durante il processo di submission, poiché può portare a scambi produttivi e aumentare le citazioni dell'opera pubblicata (Vedi <a href="" target="_new">The Effect of Open Access</a>).</li></ol> (Renzo Carlucci) (Valerio Carlucci) Tue, 29 Aug 2023 12:44:28 +0200 OJS 60 Handwritten Text and Music Recognition come risorsa per il Patrimonio Culturale <p>Data driven knowledge is revolutionizing many field of research, but handwritten cultural heritage doesn’t seem to be able to<br>benefit from this innovation. But what if AI itself could provide a solution for the accessibility of documents? This article introduces the basic functioning and the latest developments of Handwritten Text and Music Recognition, Ai-based technologies that could provide archives and libraries, as well as museums, with a powerful tool to access on a scale their<br>written content. We discuss the future perspectives with some of the leading experts in the field, focusing on the role this technology may play in connecting tangible documents and intangible cultural heritage.</p> Roberto Ribuoli Copyright (c) 2023 Archeomatica Tue, 29 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0200 La parola ai robot Redazione MediaGEO Copyright (c) 2023 Archeomatica Tue, 29 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0200 Alla scoperta dei bassorilievi di Faida. Il Kurdish-Italian Faida Archaeological Project (KIFAP) <p>Between 2019 and 2022, the team of the Kurdish-Italian Faida Archaeological Project (KIFAP) found thirteen Assyrian rock reliefs in Faida, Northern Iraqi Kurdistan. The archaeological mission was conducted by Professor Daniele Morandi Bonacossi<br>from the Department of Humanities and Cultural Heritage (DIUM) of the University of Udine together with the Directorate of Antiquities of Duhok. The finding of the first ten rock reliefs of the VIII Century BC earned the title of the most important<br>archaeological discovery of 2019, winning the prestigious 2022 International Archaeological Discovery Award Khaled al-Asaad. Four years later, on October 16th, 2022, the Faida Archaeological Park was officially opened, the first of its kind in Iraq.</p> Alberto Savioli, Federica Murana Copyright (c) 2023 Archeomatica Tue, 29 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0200 Il Supercalcolatore Pre-Exascale Leonardo: contributi al Mondo del Patrimonio Culturale <p>In late 2022, the Bologna Technopole unveiled its latest pre-exascale supercomputer, Leonardo.<br>This new supercomputer facility will support a wide range of scientific research and Cultural Heritage initiatives, offering<br>exciting possibilities for various fields of knowledge, particularly in the areas of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. Cineca VisitLab is actively engaged in multiple EU projects that are expected to greatly benefit from the cuttingedge capabilities of this advanced technology.</p> Antonella Guidazzoli, Maria Chiara Liguori Copyright (c) 2023 Archeomatica Tue, 29 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0200 L’intelligenza artificiale applicata al patrimonio culturale <p>Artificial intelligence (AI) represents a promising frontier for cultural heritage, offering new perspectives for conservation, cataloguing, research and valorisation.<br>AI can allow us to preserve and pass on our cultural roots to future generations. However, a "balanced" approach is needed,<br>in which technological innovation is embraced while preserving the integrity and value of the works of art and of history itself. With careful management, artificial intelligence can become a valuable tool for preserving and enhancing our cultural heritage for future generations. What are the benefits, challenges and future developments of AI in the context of cultural heritage?</p> Luca Papi, Antonella Petrillo Copyright (c) 2023 Archeomatica Tue, 29 Aug 2023 00:00:00 +0200