Visitors to the Foyer exhibition can try out exciting exhibits and discover in which areas AI plays an important role today. Also in 2019, as part of the Science Year, you can once again visit many exciting exhibitions free of charge. This year, everything revolves around artificial intelligence.
How To Use Artificial Intelligence
Federal Research Minister opened the exhibition, which will be open to all interested parties until the end of the year. Four different exhibits and numerous information opportunities offer visitors many opportunities to try out and discover.
KI Also Plays An Important Role In Autonomous Driving
The Foyer exhibition also has an exhibit ready for this theme: Visitors to the exhibition can take a seat in a car model of the German Research Foundation, and autonomous driving with virtual reality glasses experience yourself – and thus remove any concerns about this topic out of the way. When driving through a virtual city, driver’s views and comments are recorded and lessons are learned to help make AI more transparent and secure.
Different Art Styles Through Image Editing
Less skeptical, many people face another area of application of AI: computer-aided image processing. Because it is often used as a matter of course in apps with which many of us interact on a daily basis. With the artistic mirror you experience exactly that in real time: People in front of the screen look like in the mirror – but through the KI-image editing in different art styles.
Systems and applications based on artigicial intelligence are already part of our lives today: industrial robots that perform heavy or monotonous tasks or smart computers that can process huge amounts of data in a short time – are therefore indispensable for science and research. Quite apart from virtual assistance systems that have become our everyday companions. Digitization and automation will continue in the future. What opportunities are involved? And what challenges do we have to face? What effects does this development have on our social interaction? In Science Year 2019, citizens are called upon to find answers to these and other questions in dialogue with science and research.