AI helps discover new geoglyph in the Nazca Lines人工智能技术帮助生物学家在纳斯卡线条中寻找新的人形地画Scientists from Japan have used machine learning for the first time to identify a new figure among the ancient motifs of Perus Nazca Lines.日本的生物学家初次用以深度学习在玻利维亚的纳斯卡线条的古时候图案设计中找到一幅新的人形地画。The illustration, known as a geoglyph, is thought to date to between 100 BC and 500 AD, and was made by removing the dark stones of the Nazca Desert to reveal the white sand beneath. Its small, just five meters in height, and it shows a humanoid figure grasping a cane or club. Like the other drawings in the Nazca Desert, its exact function is unknown, but its discovery next to an ancient path suggests it might have been used as a waypoint.据信，这一人形地画能够上溯公元100年至公年500年间。
但生物学家是在一条历史悠久的小路旁寻找的这一人形地画，这意味著它有可能是一个路牌。Its a large achievement.“它是一项重大突破。”It is in an area that we often investigated, but we did not know the geoglyph existed, Professor Makato Sakai, the leader of a team from Yamagata University that conducted the research, told The Verge over email. Its a large achievement.日本山形大学的一个专家教授精英团队大力开展了此项研究，研究精英团队的责任人马凯兹·酒井（Makato Sakai）专家教授在寄来The Verge刊物的电子邮件中提到：“大家经常在该地域进行调研，但先前却并不了解它的不会有。
”The geoglyph was discovered during a larger research project by Yamagata University. Over a decade, using a combination of on-site surveying and aerial imagery, archeologists from the university manually identified 142 new designs in the desert. Then, working with researchers from IBM Japan, they used machine learning to scan the data for designs missed in earlier studies. This revealed geoglyph number 143, our fellow with the cane. Its the first design to be discovered with the help of artificial intelligence.在山形大学大力开展的另一个较小的研究新项目中，该人形地画而求寻找。十多年来，该高校的考古工作者结合当场勘察和航拍图像，在荒漠中识别了142种新的设计方案。
随后，她们与日本IBM企业的研究工作人员协作，用以深度学习扫瞄数据信息，以查寻初期研究中忽略的设计方案。因而就拥有第143幅纳斯卡线条人形地画（也就是拄着拐杖的人形），它是研究工作人员在人工智能技术的帮助下寻找的第一个设计方案。The Nazca Lines occupy an area of roughly 19 square miles, and they are thought to have been made over many centuries starting around 100 BC by the Nazca people of modern-day Peru. They were first studied in detail in the 1940s, and by the time they were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, around 30 were identified. Theyre remarkably well-preserved considering their age, helped by the deserts dry climate and winds that sweep away the sand.纳斯卡线条占地面积19平方公尺，据强调，他们是由出生于当代玻利维亚的纳斯卡人到公元100年上下刚开始制做的。在二十世纪40年代，研究员初次对他们进行了详细的研究。
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