Is there any program BBC has produced that’s not absolutely mind-boggling? If you have never seen BBC Click, add it to the top of your “must binge-watch” list.
Click is a weekly television show that covers recent news and advances in the tech world. Each episode is more intriguing than the last, and you can learn quite a bit in just the short 30-minute airtime. The show has covered everything from the latest gadgets and apps to website, gaming, and social media news.
In a recent episode, the Click team traveled to CEATEC. This annual conference is Japan’s largest electronics and IT exhibition trade show. With Japan already being one of the tech capitals of the world, it’s no surprise that Click producers captured incredible footage. 2018’s CEATEC came on the heels of Japan launching a space satellite that landed on an asteroid. Sound impossible? Take a look for yourself.
The video below is worth every single second.
A robot that does parkour? An AI bonsai tree? Cancer-detecting urine collectors? Click is unearthing some amazing tech – tech that could absolutely change human lives for the better. New episodes are released just about every week, and you don’t want to miss these from now on.
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