AI helps decode scrolls destroyed during the Vesuvius eruption

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Through Artificial Intelligence (AI), a team of researchers have decoded the text of an Ancient Greek scroll burnt in the Pompeii eruptions nearly two millennia ago. In decoding the document, the team have won a contest called the Vesuvius Challenge, named after the volcano that erupted and destroyed the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum in AD 79. During the cataclysmic eruption, a library of papyrus scrolls was buried. ‘More than just the Trevi Fountain’: Historian to the stars Alexander Mariotti’s guide to RomeArchaeologists discover extraordinary 2000-year-old Roman flatpack bed in central …

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