The new special exhibition provides an overview of the areas in which artificial intelligence is already being used today and the issues and problems associated with it need to be discussed in society. The exhibition shows what immense global infrastructure was and is required for the development and application of AI. She explains how AI works in machine learning and how AI is similar to, but fundamentally different from, human intelligence. Using numerous examples, visitors will learn how the use of AI systems is already shaping and changing our understanding of everyday life, mobility, work, health and politics. But there are also critical questions about the use of AI: What problems can we solve with AI? Which decisions do we want to put in the hands of AI systems? And where do we draw the boundaries?