Love Writing About Robotics and AI? Robotics Trends is Hiring!

Robotics Trends and sister site Robotics Business Review are growing and adding to their stable of analysts, writers and industry experts. If you have experience writing about artificial intelligence and robotics, connect with us today!

Robotics Trends (RT) and sister site Robotics Business Review (RBR) are growing and looking to add to their stable of analysts, writers and industry experts.

Freelancers will contribute analysis, case studies, columns, industry news, and research reports that will help our global audience of robotics developers and end users stay ahead of the latest developments. Photography and video skills a plus.

Candidates need to have at least two years of experience writing about artificial intelligence and robotics and be able to produce authoritative, high-quality content under strict deadlines.

To apply to RT and RBR, please send your resume and links to at least five writing samples, plus a few words about why you want to write for us, to, with Freelancer: Your Name in the subject line.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Benefits to writers:

We offer the following benefits to our freelancers:

Thought leadership: be read by a global audience of leading robotics developers and end users

Compensation: freelancers are paid competitive rates on a monthly basis

Promotion: the best content is promoted in newsletters and on social media channels

If you are not a fit for a freelance position but know someone who is, please help spread the word!

About the Author

Steve Crowe · Steve Crowe is managing editor of Robotics Trends. Steve has been writing about technology since 2008. He lives in Belchertown, MA with his wife and daughter.
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