IS YOUR CHILD AN ENGINEER IN WAITING? PARENT’S GUIDE TO ENGINEERING CAREERS LAUNCHED
There are some common signs that engineers will exhibit, even at an early age. Engineers are at the forefront of shaping the world we live in, helping to solve our biggest challenges. A career in engineering could be right for your child - here's how to spot an engineer in waiting.
YOUNG PEOPLE DEMAND JOBS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Young people demand a career that will help others according to new research commissioned to launch Tomorrow’s Engineers Week.
The findings show 90% of 9-18 year olds want a career that tackles social issues with almost half wanting to help animals (47%), two-fifths want to save peoples lives (37%) and a third want to help tackle homelessness (29%).
KIDS KEEN TO MEET THEIR RFFs (Robot Friend Forever)
The traditional BFF (best friend forever) is set to be replaced by a robot equivalent for many young people, according to new research.
One in five 9-18-year-olds believe a robot could one day become their friend, and 8% admit they already speak to their voice-activated personal assistant like a pal.
TOP TIPS FOR LIVING AND WORKING WITH ROBOTS/ AI
“Robots today are being designed to do dull, repetitive, dangerous, and time-consuming jobs that will free up our time for more rewarding activities. The more users embrace the technology, the more they will get out of it.”
Our Robotics experts give brilliant advice on working and living with robots and artificial intelligence now and in the very near future.