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Robot Talk Episode 32 – Interview with Mollie Claypool

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13 January 2023



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Claire chatted to Mollie Claypool from Automated Architecture about robot house-building, zero-carbon architecture, and community participation.

Mollie Claypool is CEO of AUAR Ltd, a tech company revolutionising house building using automation. Mollie is a leading architecture theorist focused on issues of social justice highlighted by increasing automation in architecture and design production. She is also Associate Professor in Architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.




EPSRC UK-RAS Network brings together the UK’s core academic capabilities in robotics innovation under national coordination and encourages academic and industry collaboration to accelerate the development and adoption of RAS.
EPSRC UK-RAS Network brings together the UK’s core academic capabilities in robotics innovation under national coordination and encourages academic and industry collaboration to accelerate the development and adoption of RAS.





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