TU Dresden: Artificial Intelligence Explained – New Exhibition at the COSMO Science Forum in the Kulturpalast

September 8, 2023. The new exhibition “Artificial Intelligence Explained” opened at the COSMO Science Forum in the Dresden Palace of Culture on September 8. From September 12, it will also be open to the public and can be visited free of charge from Tuesday to Thursday in the time from 13:00 to 18:00.

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The title of the exhibition is deliberately ambiguous: How does artificial intelligence (AI) work? What makes it “intelligent”? What can we use it for today and in the future? The exhibition addresses these questions and many others. Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fettweis, Scientific Director of the Barkhausen Institute and Professor of Mobile Communication Systems at the TU Dresden, classifies the current state of AI as follows: “Artificial intelligence is developing rapidly and will have an impact on other areas of everyday life in the future, for example in medicine and mobility. If it is still an experimental field today with the main focus on improving functionality, the additional important question already arises: how do we ensure that AI is trustworthy?”

The new exhibition shows how artificial intelligence works, the ways in which research institutes in Dresden are already working with it today, and how architecture and design students as well as artists:inside question AI or apply it in the creative process. During the term (5.9.2023 – 25.1.2024) more than 20 events will take place to deepen the topic. All events are published in the Date Calendar of the Kulturpalast.

The exhibition participants are:

  • Barkhausen Institute
  • Department of Speculative Transformation, TU Dresden
  • Faculty of Architecture, Dresden University of Technology
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV
  • University of Applied Sciences Dresden
  • Leibniz Institute for Ecological Spatial Development
  • Living Lab ScaDS.AI Dresden/Leipzig
  • Schaufler Lab@TU Dresden

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