Driverless: Who is in Control?

It’s only a matter of time before driverless cars finally pass their Theory Test and take over the world’s roads.

And to give you a little sneak preview of what that’ll be like, the Science Museum are displaying self-driving cars, autonomous flying drones and smart underwater vehicles, including the venerable Autosub Boaty McBoatface.


Driverless exhibition


Driverless explores the world of Artificial Intelligence and how it’s influencing the way in which we live, as well as giving us an insight into what AI-driven tech might look like in the future…


NOTE: Driverless: Who is in Control? is going to be reopening on 19th August, and will run until 5th January 2021. It’s a free exhibition, but you’ll need to book an entry slot to the museum in advance – you can do that right HERE.

The Science Museum | Exhibition Road, SW7 2DD

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Driverless: Who is in Control?

The Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, West London, SW7 2DD
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