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Joining us in the Audible Studios to talk about her latest book, Hello World, is mathematician, UCL lecturer, public speaker and presenter Hannah Fry.  

Alongside her academic position at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at UCL, where her research into the patterns of human behaviour can apply to a huge range of social problems, Fry’s expertise has also led to the development of several BBC documentaries including City in the Sky and her long-running BBC Radio 4 show, The Curious Cases of Rutherford and Fry. Her latest book, Hello World, was published in August 2018.  

Hannah Fry talks to us about handing autonomy to machines, where art and algorithms intersect and the time her husband had to deal with the trolley problem in real life. 

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22-06-19

You should buy the book.

An interview with Dr. Hannah Fry. Do I have to say more? I do not think so.

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  • Craig Dicks
  • 14-11-18

A really interesting prelude to her new book

I have become interested in Hannah Fry from watching a Numberphile YouTube video, and she is a really engaging mathematician and I can't wait to get my next set of credits for Hello World