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AI: More than Human closed


The exhibition AI: More than Human which could be visited from 6 December 2019 to 16 August 2020 is closed

About the exposition

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.

AI: More than Human will travel to Liverpool, where it will be shown from January 22, 2021.


There are no new dates planned (yet) for AI: More than Human.

"Technologically fascinating and visually diverting"
The Evening Standard 2811
"A reminder of the power art retains still, to translate complexity"
The Times 2813
"A thrilling vision of the future"
British GQ 2810

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