Within days of the first detection of a dozen clear letters in the interior of a scroll, Youssef Nader, entrant in the Vesuvius Challenge, has produced an even more astounding result. Numerous words and successive columns prove that we will be able to read the scrolls using machine learning, A dramatic press conference at the University of Kentucky made the announcement. Papyrologists are hard at work producing a full transcript but, among other details, look at the second column, fourth line, first word: ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗΝ, music, giving a hint about the possible content. For more details, see here and here (programme starts at the 12:!5 mark). 

Scan of interior of Herculaneum papyrus