Emma is an honest-to-goodness robot scientist who, when she’s not developing intelligent systems, writes for Wired, the Guardian, Forbes, and the FT. She also frequently appears on Sky News and the BBC talking about the future of artificial intelligence and robotics.
Her interest in neuroscience led to her first popular science book: Swearing is Good for You: The Amazing Science of Bad Language (Profile (UK), W. W. Norton (USA), Anansi (Canada) November 2017).
Her forthcoming book, How to Build a Human is a smart, funny, humane look at what science knows about childhood. It will reassure and inspire parents, would-be-parents, and even once-were-parents about the messy and beautiful process of parenting like a scientist.
Her pub, conference and convention talks lead to packed houses and requests for more. Emma is available for commissions, training, personal appearances, television, internet, and radio work. She is a member of the Society of Authors and the Association of British Science Writers.