Are we doing enough to protect our planet? According to world-renowned scientist and Astronomer Royal Martin Rees, humanity has reached a critical moment, and there is no plan B for Earth.
With our world changing at a rapid pace, Rees explains why the future of humanity is bound to the future of science. He offers a compelling look at how advancements in biotechnology, robotics and artificial intelligence, if applied wisely, can help address these growing challenges and threats.
Rees photo by Nesta
In association with Wonderfest
Astronomer Royal; Author, On the Future: Prospects for Humanity
In Conversation with Alison van Diggelen
Host, “Fresh Dialogues”; Contributor, BBC
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