ArchAI's founder Dr Iris Kramer was selected as one of the 50 Innovate UK Women in Innovation Award winners. The award comes with a £50,000 grant and bespoke mentoring and coaching to enable us to scale-up our businesses. This will support ARCHAI's mission to de-risk development by detecting historic risks in the landscape.
Iris is speaking at the ICOMOS Netherlands online lecture on 'Using new technologies in archaeology: case studies from the UK, Iraq and Syria' on the 8th of March.
ArchAI was featured on BBC Politics South talking about how we at ArchAI are using AI to detect historic sites in the landscape. 🤯 You can find the feature on the BBC iPlayer from around 15:30
Iris is speaking at the Ideas Salon: The Biggest Breakthroughs as part of WCSFP22. Register now using the link below.
ArchAI has been shortlisted for the Archaeological Innovation award by the Council for British Archaeology. The Archaeological Achievement awards will be held on the 29th of November in Dublin Castle.
Iris Kramer was an invited keynote speaker at the GeoMundus 2022 Conference on Geospatial Technologies, Geoinformatics & GI Applications.