Researchers develop the first AI-based method for dating archeological remains
An international research team led by Lund University in Sweden has developed a method,
Which with the help of AI can analyze DNA and tell the exact date of human remains up to 10,000 years old.
The research team looked at 5,000 human remains from the Late Mesolithic period and determined how old they are.
According to Lund University researcher Aron Elhaik in molecular cell biology, "Unreliable dating is a major problem, resulting in ambiguous and conflicting results."
"Our method uses artificial intelligence to sequence genomes through their DNA with great accuracy," he said.
The researchers do not expect TPS to replace radiocarbon dating.