AI used to test evolution’s oldest mathematical model

Butterfly co-mimic pairs from the species Heliconius erato (odd columns) and Hel

Butterfly co-mimic pairs from the species Heliconius erato (odd columns) and Heliconius melpomene (even columns). Illustrated butterflies are sorted by greatest similarity (along rows, top left to bottom right) Credit: J Hoyal Cuthill, photo credits S Ledger and R Crowther

We can now apply AI in new fields to make discoveries which simply weren’t possible before

Jennifer Hoyal Cuthill

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