DURANGO, Colo., Sept. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Still think the Great Pyramid is an ancient tomb? Some experts in deep learning may beg to differ. They have discovered that a particular application of deep learning methodology applied to the ancient structures on the Giza Plateau, including the Great Pyramid, may in fact show that it is a three dimensional process diagram.
"We were using a deep learning methodology that helps us identify and categorize unknown symbols and processes. We thought it would be fun to use it on something everyone knows. We were amazed to find that the Giza Plateau may in fact be a three dimensional process diagram." Robert Cathcart
The analysis may point to the existence of an as yet unknown acousto-optic process. Acousto-optic processes use sound to change the behavior of light.
"We are analyzing our findings now and will publish the results as they become available. We know deep learning and we trust our results. We will let the acousto-optic experts determine if we are on the right track." Robert Cathcart
Perhaps they will know soon.
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SOURCE Robert G. Cathcart