Each week a panel of experts from industry, academia and the media will take a look at the cutting edge of robotics, analyzing how advances in auto-mation are already benefitting society and what the future will look like.
Today there are nearly three million robots at work in the world, and that number is predicted to increase dramatically – so what does the robotic revolution really mean for us?
Join presenter and engineer, Fran Scott, who is on a mission to find out how robots are changing the world around us for the better.
From food to healthcare, and education to transport – each episode sees Fran joined by an international panel of experts to explore a different area of our lives, finding out how automation is changing what’s possible and dissecting the opportunities robots are creating.
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About the host:
Fran Scott is the Science Content Developer at the Royal Institution and has been listed in The Progress 1000 London’s most influential people. A scientist by training and an engineer at heart, Fran uses her knowledge to entertain and excite audiences of stage and screen. She is best known for her work with the BBC where she has presented eight series for CBBC, six series for BBC Learning Zone, and one for BBC Worldwide. For Fran, science and entertainment is at the heart of what she does, and this seems to have struck a chord with those wanting informative and yet engaging factual programmes, with her shows becoming successes across the globe and receiving numerous recognitions including four BAFTA nominations, a JAPAN prize nomination and a RTS award.