Artificial Intelligence

6 ways AI is helping us learn more about our past - and future

Artificial intelligence (AI) is usually associated with getting us to the future faster. Image: Unsplash/ Luca Bravo

Victoria Masterson

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An inscription showing artificial intelligence algorithm helping historians restore Greek inscriptions. Image: Nature.

Scientists in Japan used artificial intelligence (AI) to predict future temperatures by analyzing past data. Image: Frontiers.

Two scribes wrote the 4th century BC Dead Sea Scrolls, not one, artificial intelligence researchers discovered. Image: Plos One.


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