NEW DELHI: Robots don’t need to know how to dance, or do black flips, or play chess against grandmasters to be useful. Sometimes simple tech with just the right capabilities can do wonders – like stopping rampant water pollution.
India’s water bodies are in an abysmal condition. The sheer scale of the problem forced two California-based techies, Asim Bhalerao and Nidhi Jain, to give up their plush lives in the US six years ago and return to India and set up a robotics firm in Pune called Fluid Robotics.
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