The goal of my research project is to customise a Computer Vision model to support and facilitate the work of digital curators handling Irish historical photographs.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Digital Preservation
- Information and Communication Studies
In 2014 I obtained my MSc in Quaternary, Prehistory, and Archaeology at the University of Ferrara (Italy); the same year I got involved in the excavation at the Terramara of Pilastri, where I had the opportunity to work there as a Digital and Community Archaeologist until 2020. After spending a year researching digital humanities at the Cyprus University of Technology, I moved to Ireland after winning the Ph.D. position I currently hold.
Visual design and data science are among my best assets, now expanding toward more specific applications.
Yes! I am an experienced digital and community archaeologist – my original research area.
I grew up in a garden, so my interest in archaeobotany and plant biology and evolution came… naturally.
A Welcome to the Machine? Archival Access and Content Retrieval in the Context of Artificial Intelligence
— IRF Final International Conference: Digital Archives, Big Data and Memory. 24-26 August, Aalborg University, Copenhagen.
“Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I’ve ever known.”
– Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters.