One good thing about flyers and small brochures (like trifolds) is that a catchy cover almost always results in people turning over the flyer or opening the brochure. Whether they read it is another matter, but if the cover does it’s job, people pick up the piece to see what it’s about.
I would likely pick up your flyer since it’s attractive, engaging and has something on the cover that makes me wonder what’s inside. So in this sense, the aesthetics are an important part of the design and I think you’ve done a great job with it. The colors are very nice.
However, I still think it would benefit from a short, stylish headline on the cover that’s more than just a hashtag and the UR letters (which are puzzling unless one makes the association with Universal Robotics as the bottom).
The back side is where you’ll need to get into the meat of telling people what they need to know in a way they’ll read, remember and take the desired action that the flyer is meant to produce. Have you given any thought to that back cover?