AI Cracks 2,000-Year-Old Code From Papyrus Scrolls Buried By Mount Vesuvius Volcanic Eruption

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The long-standing mystery of the unread ancient scrolls of Mount Vesuvius has finally been solved after centuries, thanks to AI. The credit for it goes to artificial intelligence (AI) and the winners of a challenge that began a year ago. What Happened: The Vesuvius Challenge, initiated in March by Nat Friedman, Daniel Gross, and Brent Seales, was designed to decode the Herculaneum Papyri, a set of ancient papyrus scrolls charred by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius almost two millennia ago. The challenge, which boasted over $1M in rewards, drew a worldwide pool of competitors and collaborators to…

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