The researchers were able to project Reconstruction of the face of a vampire by artificial intelligence bring it to the final stage and complete all the genetic characteristics of this vampire.
Reconstruction of the face of a vampire by artificial intelligence It was possible with many efforts of a group of researchers. These researchers succeeded by using machine learning Revive the face of an American farmer who lived 200 years ago. Apparently, this man was suffering from tuberculosis and scientists were able to use artificial intelligence to draw his face before the disease.
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Reconstruction of the face of a vampire by artificial intelligence
The face of a Connecticut farmer who died in the 19th century has been seen for the first time since his body was mutilated and dumped in a grave.
People thought this man Vampire while he was suffering from tuberculosis. Tuberculosis It causes people’s skin to turn pale yellow, their eyes become red and swollen, and sometimes due to coughing, blood stains can be seen around their mouths. About 200 years ago, these signs were considered the signs of the walking dead.
The skeleton of this man was placed in a coffin with the inscription: JB55. researchers By analyzing the DNA of this skeleton by the system machine learningThey predicted what he was like before he got this disease.
The results showed that he had fair skin, brown or hazel eyes, brown or black hair and some freckles.
DNA analysis of JB55 in 2019 led to the discovery of his true identity.
This research was done based on the initial discovery made in 1994, but Scientists Thanks to access to the latest technologies, the historical records of the man, John Barber, were accessed and it was determined that he was 55 years old when he died.
A team of American researchers After analyzing John Barber’s ribs, they discovered that he was suffering from a common infectious disease in the 1800s, chronic lung infection.
According to scientists Bacterial infection Very contagious, it caused paleness, emaciation and coughing up blood in the infected.
DNA It was used to reconstruct John Barber’s face from his femur bone powder. The researchers noted that old residues are sometimes difficult to work with, and used three methods during the experiment, including shotgun sequencing, which breaks up the genome into small pieces of DNA that can be sequenced individually.
Other methods targeted the entire human genome (all the genetic material of an organism) and targeted about 850,000 single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), the most common type of genetic variation among people.
When the team could Genetic profile to complete him, from the models machine learning used to guess what he looked like. Machine learning is one of the subsets Artificial intelligence It teaches systems to learn and improve automatically.
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