AI: More than Human - how technology is changing our lives

World Museum hosts AI: More than Human exhibition in its first UK showing outside of London.

The exhibition surveys the creative and scientific developments within artificial intelligence. Taking visitors on a journey, this exhibition explores the complex relationship between humans and technology in the past, present and what we can expect in the future

AI: More than Human explores the fascinating world of artificial intelligence through prominent and cutting-edge research projects and special commissions by international artists. The exhibition starts with a historical context, looking at Japanese Shintoism and works its way through to remarkable developments from the 1940s to the present day.

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Explored through prominent and cutting-edge research projects and special commissions by international artists, the exhibition is an unprecedented survey of the relationship between humans and technology.

COVID-19 safety measures

While this is an interactive exhibition with the aim of transporting visitors into a futuristic world, the museum has been greeted by a changed world which has undoubtedly affected the way museums are run – which now includes integrating COVID-19 health and safety hygiene regulations as a priority.

Due to the interactive nature of the exhibition, hand sanitiser stations are placed inside the exhibition, and visitors are encouraged to use these before and after using the interactive exhibits.

Anne Fahy, Head of World Museum comments: “COVID-19 has meant that we have had to make changes in our venue but making sure that our visitors have a memorable visit is equally important. The team has worked tirelessly in making sure we don’t lose valuable content or the connection between people and art.”

“The safety of our staff and visitors is our number one priority and that is why the added hygiene regime integrated within the exhibition is vital. We’ve all had to adapt to these evolving challenges – but we hope the buzz and excitement of a museum experience is still present.”

Curation

The exhibition was curated and organised by world-class art and learning organisation The Barbican in London and co-produced by Forum Groningen, Netherlands.

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