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Seoul’s Robot and AI Museum to open in July

July will see the opening of The Robot & AI Museum (RAIM) in Seoul, South Korea.






July will see the opening of The Robot & AI Museum (RAIM) in Seoul, South Korea.

Located in the city’s Chang-Dong district, RAIM is South Korea’s first robotics and AI museum. Aiming to support public education, increase interest and inspire the next generation of computer programmers and tech enthusiasts, the museum will offer four floors showcasing the capabilities of this kind of technology.

The museum is housed inside a ‘futuristic’ round building, designed by Turkish architecture practice Melike Altinisik Architects (MAA), who used robots throughout the construction process. According to MAA, service robots will also be used in the day-to-day running of the museum.

See more of 2023’s most anticipated museum openings here


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Seoul’s Robot and AI Museum to open in July

July will see the opening of The Robot & AI Museum (RAIM) in Seoul, South Korea.






July will see the opening of The Robot & AI Museum (RAIM) in Seoul, South Korea.

Located in the city’s Chang-Dong district, RAIM is South Korea’s first robotics and AI museum. Aiming to support public education, increase interest and inspire the next generation of computer programmers and tech enthusiasts, the museum will offer four floors showcasing the capabilities of this kind of technology.

The museum is housed inside a ‘futuristic’ round building, designed by Turkish architecture practice Melike Altinisik Architects (MAA), who used robots throughout the construction process. According to MAA, service robots will also be used in the day-to-day running of the museum.

See more of 2023’s most anticipated museum openings here


 



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