Makli: Rehmatullah Mirbahar, are you interested in learning about living in Moen Jo Daro 5000 years ago?
Mirbahar read about ancient history and learned about artificial intelligence throughout the day and night.
Moen Jo Daro’s life was depicted in detail in photographs made by Mirbahar that quickly gained popularity on social media.
Artificial intelligence was employed by an artist from a village in Pakistan’s Southern Sindh Region to recreate life in Moe. Daro Jo. of the most impressive structures from the early days of humanity.
Rehmatullah Mirbahar, a 34-year-old computer operator and young artist working for the Thatta district health department, studied artificial intelligence day and night. He taught himself how to make art using artificial intelligence by using YouTube and website tutorials.
He was taken aback when the site, which had been occupied between 2500 and 1500 BC before it was abandoned and found in 1921, received widespread praise from people all over the world.
One of the first significant cities in the world, the metropolis was the centre of the Indus Valley Civilization’s greatest settlement.
According to Mirbahar, “I did not upload these photographs when I originally developed them because I didn’t think people would enjoy them.” He delivered his arguments while seated at his computer in a compact Makli room.
A huge ancient city with millions of tombs and burials is nearby. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features one of the largest cemeteries.
I can’t believe how popular these were after I uploaded them, though. “Excellent” was the reply.
In addition to calls from India, I also received calls from Germany and the United States.
Mirbahar said I wanted to show the world how people lived in the historic city of Moen Jo Daro and what kind of life they had after spending over three months using AI skills.
Artificial intelligence, in Mirbahar’s opinion, was the best option for the project because it produces findings based on data that is readily available online.
On few times, Mirbahar had to step in. Using his experience and photographs from the Moen Jo Daro and other Navient sites in Sindh, he indicated that he was trying to understand more about the region’s prehistoric architecture, culture, and religion.
“I reinvented using AI everything that came to my thoughts regarding Moen-Jo-Daro. It delivers 50 or 60% results based on the data it has and needs adjusting at how people’s faces appear. The only changes we have to make to their appearance are to adjust their colours and fix their faces; AI will handle the remaining changes.
Also, some of the final photos’ detractors have pointed out missing elements.
“Several people complained about it on social media, saying there should be a river here and there should be greenery.”
He continued, “I will update this to Moen-Jo-Daro version two in the future. I’ll correct the error that was specified for this version by the people.
“I also collaborate with societies outside of Pakistan. All of these will be recreated in the future with AI.
“My family criticised me a lot about what you’re doing, what you’ve done, and wasteful spending,” he added.
Yet “whatever I am today, and my family members are also pleased, is because of this computer.”