Find your way at LAB42


At LAB42 we developed wayfinding associated with the innovations being made in our building. You can embark on a journey through the corridors of LAB42, where every turn unveils a new realm of AI marvels. For example, the ‘Alan Turing room’ refers to the famous scientist behind the Turing machine, which is a central object of study in the theory of computation.

The wayfinding experience at LAB42 is like navigating through the ‘Neural networks’ of innovation. You can open the door called ‘Integrated circuit’, or more commonly known as a computer chip, to discover the possibilities of what an integrated circuit can do.