Human-robotic interactions in space podcast

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Space exploration reveals fascinating hidden dimensions of our world. 50 years since the first man landed on moon, space travel is yet limited, because of the hostile and extreme conditions that make life sustaining extremely challenging. Advances in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence could change the way space missions operate.

FAIR-SPACE Hub Researcher, Dr Fani Deligianni, from Imperial College London, gives a glance on research about Human-robot Interaction and how the technology could eliminate health risks and astronauts errors. Click here to listen to the ‘Human-Robotic Interactions in Space’ podcast. This chapter forms part of the ‘Moon Landing Special’ podcast series, hosted by Imperial Colleage London. Click here to access the full podcast series.


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