Deutsches Museum Bonn
Becoming a forum for artificial intelligence
The museum is reinventing itself!
Visitors to the Bonn branch can now come into close contact with artificial intelligence (AI). Twenty five years after the museum opened in 1995 with its thematic focus on contemporary research and technology in Germany, “Mission AI experiencing.understanding.participating” stands for the realignment into the key location for experiencing artificial intelligence in North Rhine-Westphalia. The central idea is to give the museum visitors the opportunity to understand the basic principles of artificial intelligence in an experience-oriented way and to proficiently provide them with information about the opportunities and risks of this technology so that they can then form their own judgement.
From now on, the “new” Deutsches Museum Bonn will combine its previous strengths with the “Mission AI”. In an area of 1,400 square metres, the “Artificial Intelligence” and “Artificial Neural Networks” experience rooms have been vividly presenting the variety of applications and the basic principles of AI since 2021. In addition, the Dr Hans Riegel Foundation’s “TouchTomorrow-Lab” provides illuminating insights into the digital world of tomorrow. The outstanding collection of historic exhibits relating to particle and accelerator physics is gaining new perspectives, for example on the basis of the question of how artificial intelligence is already being used today in research into the basic principles of matter.
A museum for all!
Whether for parents, families, children or school groups – the “new” Deutsches Museum also provides something for all possible target groups in its activities.
The Deutsches Museum Bonn forms the southernmost point of the Museum Mile.
As well as the Deutsches Museum Bonn, the Museum Mile includes:
The Deutsches Museum Bonn is a member of Erlebnismuseen Rhein Ruhr, a group of 14 museums in the Rhine-Ruhr region.
There is a strategic partnership between the regional association Landschaftsverband Rheinland and the Deutsches Museum.
The Deutsches Museum Bonn is a partner of “Roberta® – Learning with Robots”, the educational initiative of the Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems IAIS, and is an Open Roberta Coding Hub.
The Deutsches Museum Bonn has been awarded the “zdi-Schülerlabor” seal.
The Deutsches Museum Bonn has entered into five KURS learning partnerships.
EMIKO supports the STEM educational programme at the Deutsches Museum Bonn.
The Deutsches Museum Bonn and the KINOPOLIS in Bonn are working together on various events.