Published On Jan 12, 2018
We are currently going through the 4th industrial revolution: The robotic revolution.
Robots and automation have been a widely discussed topic among many people from all backgrounds and this talk will shed some light on the current limitations of automation and on the future of robotics in today's society.
The future will be working with robots and as the global population increases and resources become more scarce, robotics may be the answer to sustaining the human race. Alexandre Cohen is a third year Mechatronics student at the University of Glasgow. He is also the president of the University’s Robotics Society. Cohen has been a team leader in ‘The Flash-line Follower’ robotics challenge in 2016 and the ‘R2-T2’ Eurobot UK and Eurobot World Final. On the GU Robotics Society’s website (2017), Cohen states that his mission is to ‘make robotics available and accessible to anyone, regardless of their degree.’ This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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