Wed 16.12.2020

The new special exhibition from mid December 2020

The new exhibition delves into the black box of artificial intelligence, where it finds fascinating algorithms, ingenious innovations and the timeless desires of curious people.

Entrance to the exhibition "Artificial Intelligence?"
© Technisches Museum Wien/Sebastian Weissinger
What can be said about us when we are comprehensively measured by sensors and the data collected is analysed? There are answers at this station.
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The fact that these artificial neural networks worked much better than expected surprised even the research world. This triggered an AI euphoria in the last ten years.
© Technisches Museum Wien/Sebastian Weissinger
Kunst und Künstlichkeit: Gemeinsam mit Algorithmen eröffnen sich in Musik, Literatur und Malerei neue Möglichkeiten des Schaffens.
© Technisches Museum Wien/Sebastian Weissinger
Programme sind nur so gut wie ihre Trainingsdaten, die repräsentativ ausgewählt und so zahlreich wie möglich sein sollten.
© Technisches Museum Wien/Sebastian Weissinger
Bedroom: Robots in the very private sphere
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Spielzeugroboter „Aibo“, 2020
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The glass brain
© Technisches Museum Wien/Sebastian Weissinger
© Technisches Museum Wien/Sebastian Weissinger
Flute playing machine: Driven by a clockwork and supplied via compressed air hoses, lips and fingers were moved and a small repertoire of arias was performed.
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Ancestral gallery of the artificial figures
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Kybernetische Maschine „MM7, Selektor“, 1961
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Mock-up des Roboters „Telenoid R4“, 2013
Entwickler: Hiroshi Ishiguro, Osaka
Leihgeber: Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Kyoto
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Serviceroboter Cruzr, 2019
© UBTECH Robotics
Serviceroboter Cruzr, 2019