AI: Artificial Intelligence

Your Mind and the Machine


There is no technology as intriguing, thrilling or misunderstood as AI.

While artificial intelligence is quickly becoming part of our daily world, many of us don't know what it really is. Explore how AI works, what it can do today and its future potential, during this limited-run exhibition.

From illusions that can't fool computers, to machines that can identify their surroundings and translate languages, AI features dozens of ways that our brains and computers interact with the world. It also explores the question "how will our brains and Al will work together in the future?".

Dive into this fascinating technology through dozens of in-depth displays:

  • How Our Brains Learn & How We Teach Machines
    Human trial and error is not that different from how machines learn. Get an up-close understanding of machine learning as you attempt to solve a series of challenges in as few moves as possible.
  • Recognizing Patterns: What Your Mind Is Good At
    Who gets deceived more easily, the human mind or machines? Test out your theory and see if you can detect optical illusions and other visual anomalies.
  • Why Machines Can See What Humans Can't
    Can machines see more than the human eye? Challenge the computer and see the unseen with the help of AI.
  • Al Is All Around You
    AI impacts us more than we might realize. Discover practical applications of AI that exist in our everyday as you watch a robot paint and compose music. Then, see if The Emotion Recognition interactive camera can recognize your emotions based on your facial expressions.
  • Al Out In The World
    The possibilities for AI are endless. Dive into what the future holds as you meet a lifelike robotic dog, get in the "driver's seat" of a self-driving car and tap into a video feed outfitted with facial recognition.

Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind & The Machine is a Touring Exhibition of The Relayer Group.

Included in Museum Admission
  • All Ages
  • January 16 - August 22
  • Included In Admission

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