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October 28, 2019
Museum of AI opens satellite at data science conference
Immersive popup at ODSC West

August 26, 2019
Paul McLachlan, PhD joins Museum of AI as Artificial Intelligence Advisor
Museum expands AI advisory council

May 28, 2019
Jessica Austgen is Head Writer at Museum of AI
Museum expands AI experiential creative team

April 30, 2019
Lonnie Hanzon named Artistic Director of Museum of AI
Popup museum expands team creating AI experiential learning

April 23, 2019
Museum of AI brings immersive experience to AI learning
Popup museum for experiential marketing of artificial intelligence

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Museum of AI opens satellite at data science conference
Immersive popup at ODSC West
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 28, 2019/The Deciding Project/- The Museum of AI is delighted to announce a satellite installation at ODSC West (Open Data Science Conference) in South San Francisco, CA on Oct 29. Tracy Altman, Executive Director, said “Thousands of data scientists gather at ODSC to share research, explore innovative technology, and make new connections. It’s a perfect setting for Museum of AI.”

Altman said the immersive theater popup will showcase the museum’s Cookin’ with AI production, where guests consider the impact of artificial intelligence on food and cooking. “Expect escape room-type challenges, interactions with improv comedians, and hands-on AI experiences” she explained.

The museum’s permanent collection of artifacts documents the development of artificial intelligence and its influence on the decisions that impact people’s lives. A sample of these artifacts will be displayed in the popup museum lobby at ODSC.
About The Deciding Project
D/P creates experiential learning installations where people see, touch, and work with innovative technology in immersive environments. The intent is to build understanding of the decisions impacting daily life.
Contact
Name: Jeff Altman, VP Sales and Marketing
Company: The Deciding Project | Humans+AI, deciding together
Phone: 415.985.4479
email: jeff@decidingproject.com
twitter: @DecidingProject
url: https://www.decidingproject.com

Paul McLachlan, PhD joins Museum of AI as Artificial Intelligence Advisor
Museum expands AI advisory council
DENVER, August 28, 2019/Museum of AI/- The Museum of AI is delighted to announce that Paul McLachlan, PhD has joined its Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council. Tracy Allison Altman, museum Executive Director, said “Paul brings a fantastic combination of analytical, research, and communication skills. As a Museum of AI advisor he will help guide development of events and experiences.”

McLachlan heads up data science in the San Francisco office of Ericsson’s Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator and is a published author. He is passionate about communicating data science concepts and values to business executives and other non-expert audiences.

McLachlan said “I’m excited to work with this innovative organization. We share a commitment to demystifying AI through experiential learning.”

The Museum of AI’s mission is to build understanding. “We provide a hands-on way for people to work with artificial intelligence,” says Altman. “Our immersive exhibits bring complex AI concepts into focus so everyone can experience them firsthand.” Museum guests interact with game-driven challenges, immersive theater, and rigorous technical content integrating real-world AI technology.
About The Deciding Project
D/P creates experiential learning installations where people see, touch, and work with innovative technology in immersive environments. The intent is to build understanding of the decisions impacting daily life.
Contact
Name: Jeff Altman, VP Sales and Marketing
Company: The Deciding Project | Humans+AI, deciding together
Phone: 415.985.4479
email: jeff@decidingproject.com
twitter: @DecidingProject
url: https://www.decidingproject.com

Jessica Austgen is Head Writer at Museum of AI
Museum expands AI experiential creative team
DENVER, May 28, 2019/The Deciding Project/- The Museum of AI has named Jessica Austgen as its Head Writer. Lonnie Hanzon, Artistic Director of the museum, said “Jessica’s rare combination of skills – writing, acting, improv & teaching – are a perfect storm for this project. To top it off, she has a wicked sense of humor, which makes the work really fun.”

At the True West Awards, Jessica Austgen was named 2018 Colorado Theatre Person of the Year. Her many accomplishments include Sin Street Social Club (playwright), Curious Theatre’s Collapse (actor), and improv festivals (performer, instructor, organizer).

The Museum of AI’s mission is to build understanding. “We provide a hands-on way for artificial intelligence vendors to show people how AI powers can be used for good,” says Executive Director Tracy Allison Altman. Our experiential learning exhibits bring complex AI concepts into focus so people can experience them firsthand. Participants interact with game-driven challenges, immersive theater, and rigorous technical content integrating real-world AI products.
About The Deciding Project
D/P creates turnkey, custom installations for artificial intelligence technology vendors’ experiential marketing events.
Contact
Name: Jeff Altman, VP Sales and Marketing
Company: The Deciding Project | Humans+AI, deciding together
Phone: 415.985.4479
email: jeff@decidingproject.com
twitter: @DecidingProject
url: https://www.decidingproject.com

Lonnie Hanzon named Artistic Director of Museum of AI
Popup museum expands team creating AI experiential learning
DENVER, Apr. 30, 2019/The Deciding Project/- The Museum of AI has named Lonnie Hanzon as its Artistic Director. Tracy Allison Altman, Executive Director of the museum, made the announcement: “We are delighted that Lonnie is joining our leadership team. His creative talent and large-project experience will make him an essential contributor to our immersive installations about humans working with artificial intelligence.”

Hanzon is a Colorado-based installation artist. Altman continued, “I have been a longtime fan of Lonnie’s, so the opportunity to work alongside him means a lot to me personally. We’ve put together a stellar team of artists, writers, puzzle masters, technologists, and educators. Our experiential learning exhibits bring complex AI concepts into focus so people can experience them firsthand.”

The Museum of AI’s mission is to build understanding. “We provide a hands-on way for artificial intelligence vendors to show people how their technology products can help them make decisions,” Altman said. Participants interact with game-driven challenges, immersive theater, and rigorous technical content integrating real-world AI products.
About The Deciding Project
D/P creates turnkey, custom installations for artificial intelligence technology vendors’ experiential marketing events.
Contact
Name: Jeff Altman, VP Sales and Marketing
Company: The Deciding Project | Humans+AI, deciding together
Phone: 415.985.4479
email: jeff@decidingproject.com
twitter: @DecidingProject
url: https://www.decidingproject.com

Museum of AI brings immersive experience to AI learning
Popup museum for experiential marketing of artificial intelligence
DENVER, Apr. 22, 2019/The Deciding Project/- Tracy Allison Altman announced the Museum of AI, offering experiential installations where people learn about artificial intelligence: “Think 33% immersive experience and 67% rigorous AI learning. Museum of AI is the culmination of years of applied research. Our mission is to build understanding: We provide a compelling, hands-on way for artificial intelligence vendors to show people how they can apply their technology.”

Altman, museum Executive Director, said “We’ve put together a stellar team of artists, writers, puzzle masters, technologists, and educators to create experiential learning programs. Exhibits at Museum of AI bring complex concepts into focus so people can experience them firsthand.” Participants interact with game-driven challenges, immersive theater, and rigorous technical content integrating real-world AI products.
About The Deciding Project
D/P creates turnkey, custom installations for artificial intelligence technology vendors’ experiential marketing events.
Contact
Name: Jeff Altman, VP Sales and Marketing
Company: The Deciding Project | Humans+AI, deciding together
Phone: 415.985.4479
email: jeff@decidingproject.com
twitter: @DecidingProject
url: https://www.decidingproject.com
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