A team of students deciphered a 2000-year-old papyrus scroll, with some help from AI

NPR’s Scott Simon asks Prof. Brent Seales of the University of Kentucky about deciphering tightly wound, charred scrolls from the 1st Century C.E. using X-rays and artificial intelligence.

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