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AI: Who's Looking After Me?

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AI is already everywhere – in our homes, bodies, pets, love lives, healthcare, courtrooms and politics... and it’s leaving traces on our planet too.

'AI: Who’s Looking After Me?' is a new major exhibition and events public programme from Science Gallery London, King’s flagship public gallery. The exhibition will reveal the surprising ways in which technology is already embedded in our world and explore the powerful potential AI has to influence our futures.

Running from Wednesday 21 June 2023 – Saturday 20 January 2024, the free exhibition will explore who holds the power, who distributes the benefits, and who bears the burden of the costs of existing AI systems, asking the question, Who’s Looking After Me?

Presented with FutureEverything, the season is the result of inventive collaborations between people who might not otherwise have worked together. These include artists, students, young adults in Lambeth and Southwark, engineers, computer scientists, sociologists, patient groups, medical professionals, technologists and many others. The exhibition has been created with sector-leading researchers from seven departments across King’s, as part of 12 artistic collaborations. By bringing together different disciplines and life experiences, the works invite visitors to reflect on what it means to entrust care to autonomous machines.

Throughout the year, Science Gallery London will host a programme of events, talks and workshops led by artists, designers and researchers working at the intersection of art, science and health.

Find out more about the exhibition and about upcoming events on the Science Gallery London webpage

About Science Gallery London

Science Gallery London is a place to grow new ideas across art, science and health. It is King’s College London’s unique public space that brings together academics, researchers, students, artists and local communities. Science Gallery London presents exhibitions, events, performances, live experiments, open discussions and festivals.


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Science Gallery London, King’s College London (Guy’s Campus), Great Maze Pond, London, SE1 9GU

Opening hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 11.00 – 18.00.

Free Entry