This girl was lost 13 YEARS AGO and the Incredible Computer Program shows how she might look on her current birthday now that she has matured…

While on vacation with her family in the Portuguese Algarve seaside resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007, Madeleine McCann vanished.  She disappeared from the hotel room when she was 4 years old and was never seen again. Her parents, who at one point were considered suspects in the case, claim they never gave up hope of finding their daughter. The inquiry into her disappearance is still ongoing.

Recent events put Madeleine’s situation in the public eye on a global scale. A new suspect, a German who was residing in Portugal at the time of the girl’s abduction and is currently doing time in jail for a separate sex and drug-related offense, is reportedly being questioned by authorities. We must wait for the results and hope that Madeleine’s family will eventually get to see their daughter again because this is not the first time the police have a suspect in their investigation.

Hassan Ugail, a lecturer at Bradford University, used cutting-edge AI to produce a picture of Madeleine as she may appear on May 12, the day she would turn 17 years old.

He believes that the representation is correct because this computer-based modeling method is the greatest in the world.

Professor Ugail explained, “We have ingested a sizable database of individuals from various racial, cultural, and gender backgrounds and we have requested the machine-learning algorithm to start learning about how people mature.

Ugail discussed how the algorithm functions depending on supplied preferences and how people of different ethnicities and genders age differently.

“We take a picture, no matter how old the subject is, actually. Therefore, Madeleine was three years old when it happened. First, we obtain a photo of the parents and upload it to the system. This serves as our template, and we enter the age as 17. Although we can’t guarantee 17, we can say that it will be somewhere between 15 and 17 in the next two to three years.

Due to the possibility that she could be a familiar face, he thinks the photo will aid in the search. The professor continued, “Or even better if the police could use it to search through vast databases and then find potential looking people and then it could help with their inquiry.

We ask for the safe return of Madeleine to her family. Please spread this image, as it might help with the hunt.