MIT’s Technology Review honors India’s top young innovators – General news
Bangalore: India’s burgeoning population of young generation uses technology to empower themselves to create opportunities for inclusion. They connect innovations with society and enterprise. These innovators coming from a wide range of fields are being listed in the prestigious India TR35 honor by MIT’s Technology Review India. Here is the list of young innovators, all under age 35, who exemplify innovation in business and technology.
1. Ajit Narayanan
Ajit Narayanan, 29, has been awarded MIT’s Technology Review India’s ‘Innovator of the Year’ for exemplifying the spirit of innovation in India. Toiling for a few years at a startup, Invention Labs Engineering, incubated at the IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Madras, Narayanan has developed an alternate communication system for millions of people who remain incommunicado with the society due to their disabilities. Avaz, (voice in Hindi) is the tool which uses a variety of software and hardware to provide a voice to these muted millions using just their muscle movements.
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