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Driverless: Who is in control?

Exploring a future driven by autonomous vehicles


The partnership of the Science Museum’s Driverless: Who is in control? exhibition builds on the shared values of our organisations, focused on how AI-driven technology of autonomous vehicles is shaping the behaviour and society of tomorrow. In this cutting-edge exhibition, you will get a glimpse of self-driving cars, autonomous flying drones to smart underwater vehicles.

With PwC, understand the disruptive impact of these technologies and how they can be applied to your business model.

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“Technology continues to move forward at pace, changing the way we work and live and impacting all areas of life. We’re already seeing how automation can simplify everyday tasks, from driver assist systems to virtual assistants on smartphones and in the home. The Science Museum’s new exhibition is exploring the future of autonomous vehicles and we’re delighted to be supporting them in this important area.”

Jon Andrews Head of Technology and Investments for PwC

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“PwC and the Science Museum are both dynamic organisations that embrace science and technology as forces for good... working together to deliver more world-class inspirational experiences for all.”

Ian BlatchfordDirector, Science Museum Group


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Samantha Bridge

Samantha Bridge

Head of Marketing for Technology & Investments, PwC United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)7725 633400

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