ЗАСТОСУВАННЯ ШТУЧНОГО ІНТЕЛЕКТУ В ЄГИПТОЛОГІЇ: АФІНСЬКИЙ ПРОЕКТ ІЗ ВИВЧЕННЯ МУМІЙ ЯК ПРИКЛАД ЕФЕКТИВНОЇ МІЖДИСЦИПЛІНАРНОСТІ

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  А. Маравелія

  Н. Бонтозоглу

  К. Калогераку

  К. М. Куваріс

  С. Геруланос

Анотація

Автори представляють проєкт із вивчення мумій Грецького інституту єгиптології, що працює в тісній співпраці з Національним археологічним музеєм в Афінах та Афінським медичним центром, як характерний приклад міждисциплінарного вивчення та взаємодії не тільки між інтелектуальною інформатикою (ІІ) і – меншою мірою – штучним інтелектом (ШІ) і (архео-)медициною, але також і єгиптологією, й (архео-)криміналістикою. Обговорено деякі інтригуючі результати КТ-сканування п’яти з дев’яти мумій, досліджених у рамках Проєкту, і підкреслені інформаційні можливості, що використовуються в комп’ютерній томографії (КТ), яка відкриває нові можливості у вивченні умов, причин смерті й дає іншу цікаву інформацію, пов’язану з людьми, які померли в Стародавньому Єгипті приблизно 2100 років тому, під час епохи Птолемеїв. Автори продемонстрували характерну парадигму міждисциплінарного застосування електронних технологій у медицині для дослідження здоров’я давніх людей (на основі комп’ютерних обчислень), що дозволяє по-новому поглянути на єгиптологічне й археологічне вивчення їхнього теократичного суспільства.

Як цитувати

Маравелія, А., Бонтозоглу, Н., Калогераку, К., Куваріс, К. М., & Геруланос, С. (2019). ЗАСТОСУВАННЯ ШТУЧНОГО ІНТЕЛЕКТУ В ЄГИПТОЛОГІЇ: АФІНСЬКИЙ ПРОЕКТ ІЗ ВИВЧЕННЯ МУМІЙ ЯК ПРИКЛАД ЕФЕКТИВНОЇ МІЖДИСЦИПЛІНАРНОСТІ. Сходознавство, (84), 127-162. https://doi.org/10.15407/skhodoznavstvo2019.84.127
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Ключові слова

(архео-)криміналістика, (архео-)медицина, інтелектуальна інформатика, ком-п’ютерна томографія, міждисциплінарність, мумії, неінвазивне картування тіла, похоронні звичаї, Стародавній Єгипет, штучний інтелект

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