Starting in December, the Forum will host AI: More than Human, the major international exhibition on artificial intelligence, in collaboration with the London Barbican Centre.
You can't go a day without reading about AI – this radical technological development that seems to be everywhere, but is hard to grasp.
AI: More than Human offers a fascinating insight into this new world of artificial intelligence. What is the impact of AI on our lives? What does it mean to be human? What is consciousness? And how can people and machines work together?
About the exhibition
This exciting, interactive exhibition showcases the latest creative and scientific developments in the field of artificial intelligence and explores the fascinating relationship between humans and technology.
Humans have always had the desire to create intelligence, and the results of our inventions. Artificial intelligence as we know it today, has its roots in Japanese Shintoism, Lady Lovelace's computer experiments in the 18th century, and the machine devised by Alan Turing in the 1940s.
This exhibition tells you all about the historical, technical, social and creative aspects of artificial intelligence.
It combines new, mostly interactive work by international artists with ground-breaking research projects by Deepmind, Google Jigsaw, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and works by Hiroshi Ishiguro (the inventor who created a robot version of himself) to provide visitors with a complete, up-to-date overview of the developments and possibilities of AI.
One thing you shouldn't miss is the interactive, digital installation What a Loving, and Beautiful World by the immensely popular Japanese collective teamLab.