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The MIT Museum also known as Massachusetts Institute of Technology is located in the center of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Visitors will find interactive exhibitions, public programs, and experiments that deal with science and technology. The museum also contains galleries in the areas of holography and photography. The MIT Museum features exhibitions that will stimulate an understanding, and appreciation of scientific, artistic and technological innovations that are in the modern world. Exhibitions include: 5000 Moving Parts, The Jeweled Net: Views of Contemporary Holography, Kismet Robots and Beyond: Exploring Artificial Intelligence at MIT, Gestural engineering: The Sculpture of Arthur Ganson, Visionary engineer, Harold Edgerton, Ship Models: The Evolution of Ship Design, and Mechanical Engineering MIT. The Robots and Beyond: Exploring Artificial Intelligence exhibit shares results of decades of artificial intelligence innovation at MIT. The first research in this area began in 1959. Today, the Computer Science and (AI) lab is the largest laboratory on the MIT campus. Visitors will get a behind-the-scenes look at the inventive concepts and processes that lead to the lab’s contributions in areas including medicine, underwater exploration, and entertainment.

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