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Come check out the AI exhibit!

MAY 28 - SEPTEMBER 11, 2022

Explore the first traveling exhibit of ARTIFICIAL INTELLEGENCE that uncovers the mystery and the myths of machine learning and how it will impact the future as we know it. Join us as we feature demonstrative interactives including video, motion, touch, and more! These immersive activities will delve into the learning patterns of the human brain and how it differs from computers.

There is no field of science or technology as exciting as Artificial Intelligence (Al). Using hands-on interactives, touchscreens, and examples from history and popular culture, "Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind & The Machine" gives visitors of all ages an up-­close look at exactly what thinking machines are... and what they might become.

"Al: Your Mind & The Machine" is an exhibit that shows how artificial intelligence is relevant to lives right now. Dozens of interactives, illusions, and videos make this the perfect exhibit to introduce children and adults to the technology. With a strong focus on interactives including sliders, blocks, cylinders, puzzles, and clipboards, visitors learn how Al programs work. Touchscreens allow them to experience how Al learns and behaves.

From illusions that fool computers on to machines that can identify their surroundings and translate languages, the exhibit features dozens of ways that our brains and computers interact with the world. It also explains how our brains and Al will work together in the future.

Exhibit creator, HP Newquist, is “one of the foremost authorities on the history and application of artificial intelligence. His career in AI spans four decades and his work has appeared in and been cited by such diverse publications as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Variety, Billboard, Forbes, Popular Mechanics, Rolling Stone, Computerworld, and USA Today.” - Relayer

Artificial Intelligence: Your Mind & The Machine opens May 28, 2022

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Together we can work towards healthier air, healthier bodies, and healthier communities.


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