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National Geographic Magazine
September 2020
The Robots Are Here.
by David Berreby
‘If you're like most people, you've probably never met a robot. But you will.‘
Photograph by Spencer Lowell

A revolution in robotics is upon us, as machines take over more duties long performed by humans. It's changing how we live. This special report examines the rise of smart machines: what they are, who created them, and what they're doing to make human lives better.

Also in the September 2020 edition of National Geographic:

A future less frozen the fringes of North America's Great Lakes contemplate warmer times 
Ostriches: heads up the fastest animal on two legs has a PR problem. Should it?
Protecting oceans the value of protecting the planet's water worlds
Waiting for Gdansk The Polish city that gave birth to solidarity still has the power to inspire


Landscapes in a different light | Electric eels | Scrutinising viruses | The cost of harming nature 


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Baby pandas | Lighting landscapes | Ostriches | Great Lakes | Protecting seas | Gdansk
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Winners revealed: National Geographic Traveller Photography Competition 2020

Announcing the winners of our prestigious annual contest, selected from more than 4,500 entries across four categories.

What happens next? The impact of coronavirus on Australia’s endangered coral reefs

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Meet the adventurer: Mario Rigby on serendipity, sustainability and celebrating difference

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Six of London’s best small museums and why you should visit them now

Beyond the capital's famous museums are over 100 smaller cultural institutions, many at threat of closing due to the impact of coronavirus. From the Garden Museum to Pitzhanger Manor, here are six hidden gems to discover now.

Extreme cyclist Emily Chappell on tackling Alaskan peaks in winter

On a transcontinental cycling race, the ultra-endurance athlete and author hadn’t anticipated how much the cold would weaken her. On a frozen highway in Alaska, pedalling between snow drifts, she learnt profound lessons about human endurance. 



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