Ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets could be decoded by an AI

Enuma Elish, a Babylonian Epic of Creation, written on cuneiform tablets in Sumero-Akkadian script in the 7th century BC
Deep learning artificial intelligence (AI), which is based on deep learning, can predict missing words, sentences and fragments from cuneiform tablets up to 4500 years of age.

Clay tablets containing Akkadian text inscribed on them are crucial tools in understanding the cultures that existed between 2500 BC to 100 AD. However, many tablets are old and have key text sections missing. However, tablets are getting older and many of the text sections are missing.