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AI spots shipwrecks from the ocean surface – and even from the air

Underwater archaeology cab be dangerous and expensive. Image: via REUTERS

Leila Character

Doctoral student in Geography, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts

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Of these four ocean floor scans, the top two panels clearly show shipwrecks, but the shipwrecks in the bottom two panels, marked by red arrows, could easily be mistaken for natural features. Image: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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