Wednesday 12 June 2019

Science Museum - Driverless: Who is in Control? | Free exhibition about AI technology opens today

Driverless: Who is in Control?

Free exhibition | Opens 12 June

Our latest free exhibition Driverless: Who is in Control?, exploring the history, development and future of autonomous vehicles, opens today in our Tomorrow's World gallery!
Discover more about smart-thinking machines through interactive exhibits, thought-provoking objects and even a retro self-driving car in this cutting-edge exhibition.

Driving into the future

From tiny drones to a town full of rubber ducks

Journey through land, sea and air in this free exhibition and explore how different degrees of automation work in a variety of environments.
From mine clearing drones to racing driverless cars, to a fleet of plankton-tracking robots and the Auto Sub Long Range Boaty McBoatface, Driverless will give you a unique glimpse into the AI-tech shaping our future.

Get hands-on with AI

How much control are you willing to give them?

Everything from driving to school to getting a cheeky take away, through to deep sea exploration and responding to medical and environmental emergencies, is being reimagined with some form of AI-driven automation.
Discover how this technology is transforming our world and have a go at thinking like a drone in one of our hands-on interactives.