You remember that lie detector test where the polygraph needles would go nuts trying to figure out what the truth is? Or the truth serum that was once injected to know what a human being is truly feeling? Are we really understood? Because we say so much, but most of it is misunderstood by people or understood at all. On this season of Tech Probe we met such great creators, but this one stands out. Here's why.
Public transport is the backbone of every city. In India, we have buses, trains and the metro, which is usually under construction. So the quick fix to our travel problems is the auto. Now in India, we have more than five million of these, so imagine the kind of pollution that's pumped into the system. But today on Tech Probe, we've found a solution to the auto, and this is the autocorrect we need.
Annie is the world's first self-learning braille device for the visually impaired. Rapyuta, a robotics company that's making it easier for businesses to use robotics and drone solutions without necessarily having in-house expertise. Watch Tech Probe only on Indiatimes to learn more.
Isn't watching a rocket launch a fascinating thing? Every rocket is expendable, it just falls off. Unfortunately, there are lot of these pieces of debris that remains up there. Ever wondered what happens to all of it? Apparently, satellites also have a graveyard.
With Twitter announcing a permanent work-from-home policy, and Google and Facebook extending it to the end of the year, chances are that 'office life' might soon become history. What do you guys think?
We used to define documentaries as impactful and mind-bending. But recently, docu-films and series like Wild Wild Country, Tiger King and Icarus have proved that they can also be entertaining and addictive. Here's why we are watching more of these.
From affordable ventilators to drone sanitizers, Indian engineers and scientists are leading the charge with innovation to defeat coronavirus. Here's a look at how India is fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.