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Science experts have found the most 'exciting' picture on the internet and it's incredible

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Visual neuroscientists at the artificial intelligence firm, EyeQuaint, have developed a new tool that replicates the effects of images on the human brain.

The algorithm rates an image or website out of 100 based on it's 'excitingness', claiming to be 90 percent accurate in replicating real human behaviour. To prove their point the company decided to run an absolute shed-load of internet pictures through it to discover what the one 'most exciting image ever' was.

They came up with this (and we definitely agree).

 

The picture is from a 1980s toy series called (this name is even cooler than the picture) Dino-Wars and managed to get 95 out of 100 excitement points when it was put through the software. 

We'd have probably given it a straight up 98, personally.

[Via: i100]

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