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  1. 16-year old Harshwardhansinh Zala has designed a drone named "EAGLE A7" and it can detect and destroy landmines without any risk to human life. According to him, the technology isn't available anywhere right now and it'll immensely help Armed Forces Personnel. Landmines are explosive devices that are placed underground or even over the ground under camouflage. They get triggered by the presence, proximity or contact of a person. Landmines have been extensively used to improvise the defence of a particular territory like border regions or conflict zones. Often, they remain hidden and are active even after the conflict has ended. © Twitter The use of landmines is controversial because they are indiscriminate weapons, harming soldier and civilian alike. They remain dangerous even after the conflict, in which they were deployed, has ended, killing and injuring civilians and rendering land impassable and unusable for decades. This, in turn, leads to more casualty in peacetime. Zala wants to use the technology to help India's Armed Forces and has declined many offers from abroad. "I've received many offers to go and work abroad but it is my wish to develop this drone and deploy it to serve the Indian Army and CRPF, to save our jawans from being martyred,” he said. © LinkedIn "This drone, from the Indian army base station, can go to the path where it has to go and detect the landmines. After detecting the landmines, the drone will send the information back to the army base station. The landmines can be viewed real-time and destroyed real-time without human risk." Zala explained. © Financial Express India is known to be a major manufacturer of landmines and has used the deadly weapons both along its shared border with Pakistan and the Line of Control (LoC) in Indian-administered Kashmir. The drone industry is slowly picking gaining momentum in India thanks to the new National Drones Policy being effective. The policy has been drafted by the Ministry of Civil Aviation and often dubbed "Drone Regulations 1.0". It clearly clarifies where, when and how drones can operate within India. With inputs from ANI
  2. I have recently seen the terms food allergies and intolerance used interchangeably a lot when they actually are two different things. Not only are these two different things, but there are a lot of myths thrown around about them as well. The most stupid myth that I have come across numerous times is that an allergy can be created if you eat the same food again and again. Another one doing rounds is that you can cure an allergy by not eating the food that you are allergic to for 6 weeks. While in reality, if someone has a true allergy to a food, they can't ever eat that food again. © Thinkstock Images A food allergy is not a joke and people have died because of it. Compare this to someone who has lactose intolerance, drinks a glass of milk, gets gas and thinks he is allergic to milk. Allergies and intolerances are not the same thing but people confuse them all the time. Add to this the fact that food intolerances are reported almost ten times their actual rate of occurrence. Most times, when people do not feel good after eating a certain food, they assume that they are intolerant to that food. What Are Food Allergies and Intolerances Food Intolerances Generally occurs when a person's gut lacks appropriate digestive enzymes. Symptoms are repetitive gas, bloating or diarrhea. Intolerance can only cause some gastric discomfort to an individual but it poses no real danger to a person's life. Food Allergy This generates an immune reaction in the body. The consequences of a food allergy are much more severe and can cause respiratory, stomach, skin cardiovascular symptoms and anaphylactic shock. Allergies have been the cause of a few deaths in extreme cases. What Causes Food Allergy Food allergy is caused when small amount of protein enters your bloodstream. This usually happens during childhood when the gut lining is not fully developed. Some allergens can also enter the body through the respiratory system. Most of the known food allergies are caused by protein foods with milk, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, some fish and shellfish being the culprits in most cases. Gluten is another major contributor of allergy and intolerance for most people who suffer from these ailments. Gluten is a type of protein found in grains such as wheat, barley and rye. © Thinkstock Images Tests There are tests available to determine whether you are suffering from a food allergy or intolerance. From a practical standpoint, if eating certain foods causes you the problems listed above, you should stop eating them, simple. If you are suffering from a true food allergy, there is no treatment for it and avoiding the food that triggers the allergy is the best solution. Around 3-4% of the adult population is thought to be suffering from food allergies. So, if you are unsure if you have an allergy or you are intolerant to a food/food group, go get a test done rather than playing the guessing game. Nav Dhillon is an online coach with GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company that helps people with fitness goals right from losing weight to competing in bodybuilding shows. He has coached individuals from all forms of life, right from people looking to get in shape in general to national level bodybuilding and physique athletes. You can reach Nav on nav.dhillon@getsetgo.fitness or his Instagram handle if you are looking for professional help with your fitness goals.
  3. China has officially opened the world's longest sea-crossing bridge, a 55-km-long structure linking mainland China to the semi-autonomous territories of Hong Kong and Macau. The travel time via the bridge has been reduced to just 30-45 minutes and the megastructure is being celebrated as an engineering marvel. The project cost about a whopping US$ 20 billion and while it holds the record of being the longest sea bridge, it also has a few unique additions that include cameras to detect yawning, forcing drivers to wear heart rate monitors and access restricted to the political elite and charity donors. © SCMP To start with, driving across the bridge will force you to wear their heart rate and blood pressure sensors and all the information will be sent to the bridge's control centre. According to local media in Hong Kong, "yawning cameras" will be constantly monitoring the driver, and if one yawns more than three times in 20 seconds, an alert will be raised. In China, people drive on the right side of the road, while Hong Kong drives on the left, hence a “flipper bridge” called the Pearl River Necklace was chosen, where cars stop, change sides at a specially built merge point and then drive onto Hong Kong. © SCMP The bridge is not open to the general public though, as only the wealthy and politically connected are permitted to drive. The authorities shall be issuing 10,000 licenses for Hong Kong-based private cars, while the capacity for Macau is capped at just 300. If you don't have a permit, you'll have to use public transport to reach the bridge and then shift to a private bus that runs on the bridge. The whole project is not just a bridge though, as to facilitate passing of large ships through the area, a four-mile-long section of the bridge dips down beneath the water. © SCMP While engineers have hailed the project to be a marvel, political watchdogs have criticized the project, because this is considered to be to an agenda to connect Hong Kong and Macau with the rest of mainland China. The bridge's opening also comes a month after the inauguration of a new high-speed rail link from Hong Kong to mainland China, that runs along a different, shorter route.
  4. There have been numerous instances where the Apple Watch was able to save a life, however, this time the Apple Watch was able to detect something entirely different. The smartwatch was able to discover a hole in a man's heart and the man wouldn't have been able to discover it, if it weren't for the Apple Watch. © BCCL The heart rate monitor on the device was able to detect his erratic heartbeat, as it was far too fast while he was asleep. The abnormality caused him to take notice and seek medical attention immediately. "My sleeping heart rate was averaging about 130-140 beats per minute. So that was while I was resting about six hours at night,” Adam Love told the local Australian news website 9News. It was found, that one of his lungs was sending blood into the wrong part of his heart. That meant the blood was sent from the lung to the heart and was being circulated right back — not around to the rest of the body. This was a cause for concern and it was later discovered that this anomaly was happening because of a hole in the heart. © BCCL The 24-year-old man went through surgery and was discharged later but still had weeks of recovery left. Because of this incident, his faith in the Apple Watch increased exponentially and he is now a fan of the smartwatch. "I don't think I'd live without one now. I love it for the convenience but also the fact it just picked up something medically that I had no idea about and it potentially saved my life.” Just back in May, the Apple Watch saved a woman's life in India and countless others in the past few months. In fact, here's a list of people whose lives were saved thanks to the Apple Watch, in the recent past.
  5. BRUSSELS: EU regulators may set up their own algorithms to find companies that use software to fix prices with peers or squeeze out their rivals, Europe?s antitrust chief said on Friday.The comments by European Competition Commissioner Margrethe...
  6. The Apple Watch has been one of the most important wearables that were launched in the recent past, and today, it can accurately detect atrial fibrillation. It is a serious heart condition that is one of the leading causes of a stroke. © BCCL The feature is currently in testing and a new medical study has offered proof that wearables can do more than just tracking your steps. The study was coordinated by University of California, San Francisco and asked users to download an app that can detect atrial fibrillation. With the help of the app, the Apple Watch can detect irregular or rapid beats of the top two chambers of the heart. The study was conducted amongst 9,750 volunteers out of which 347 participants were already diagnosed with the heart condition. The app is known as CardioGram and it was able to read heart rate data of users who had irregular heartbeats and atrial fibrillation with a 97 percent accuracy rate. © BCCL The study said “97% accuracy refers to the c-statistic, or area under the sensitivity-specificity curve. Surprisingly, both the sensitivity and specificity of DeepHeart were even higher than an FDA-cleared Apple Watch ECG attachment -- 98% (vs 93%) sensitivity and 90% (vs 84%) specificity.” UCSF and Cardiogram are now also working to determine whether the Apple Watch can also detect hypertension, early signs of diabetes and sleep apnea. Earlier studies have indicated that these conditions could be spotted in data collected by Apple Watch and other wearable devices. © Youtube What's cool is that Apple Watch is a fun wearable that now has an advantage over other heart rate monitors and some wearables. It can help diagnose serious heart problems which is an added bonus for something that is already dominating the wristwatch market. Hopefully, these features would encourage more users to buy wearables in the near future and help the market grow even further. Source: CultofMac
  7. Anang Tadar,a class XI student came up with a brilliant innovation in an attempt to make the life of visually impaired people easy. His invention, a gadget called ‘Goggle For Blind’ (G4B), aims to help blind people detect objects around them without any physical contact. G4B will use the principle of ‘echolocation’ to achieve this. Echolocation is the use of sound waves and echoes to determine where objects are in space. It is primarily used by bats to navigate and find food in the dark. G4B even won the most innovative award in recently concluded Regional Level Science Festival at Regional Science centre at Guwahati and was awarded the Dinanath Pandey Smart Idea Innovation Award. © Twitter In the beginning of this month, he participated in the National Level Science Exhibition held at Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi, where he was able to impress Honey Bee Network, which is in collaboration with the National Ignition Facility (NIF), Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI), Global Youth Action Network (GYAN) and United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) with his innovation. Anang is currently working on creating a few prototypes to test on blind people as NIF and UNICEF want to launch G4B in the market. The newer model will be refined with the help of other builders as the original one is quite bulky. © Twitter Anang has always been interested in technology and has been building robots and other gadgets for a really long time. He has participated in many technical events organised by renowned technical colleges before also, securing the first place most of the time. In the future, he plans to build an Exoskeleton which will help people lift heavy objects.
  8. According to a report by Korea Economic Daily, the Samsung Galaxy S8 may include a new feature that will have the ability to recognise faces so that you can unlock your phone with just your ugly mug. This feature along with an iris scanner and the fingerprint sensor will be used on the smartphone for added security. © Twitter We all are now accustomed to using a fingerprint sensor to unlock our phones, however, if latest leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S8 are true, the fingerprint sensor has been moved to the back of the phone, next to the camera sensor. This placement could feel a little awkward as you might smudge your camera lens by mistake but, the addition of facial recognition might just make things easier. According to an unnamed Samsung official, it is believed that using the face camera might be faster to unlock your phone than the traditional fingerprint sensor. The source believes that it would take less than 0.01 seconds to unlock the phone using the facial recognition feature on board the Samsung Galaxy S8. © Twitter Apart from facial recognition, the Galaxy S8 may also use the iris scanner to unlock the device. It is not the first time Samsung has included an iris scanner on a smartphone, as it was the star feature on the Galaxy Note 7 as well. Samsung might just add the iris scanner to the Galaxy S8 so that it can bring the technology back to life. The iris scanner uses unique patterns in your eyes to unlock the phone and make your dreams of being a spy come true. The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to be announced at an event on March 29th and all eyes are set on Samsung to see if they will be pushing the envelope with their latest flagship phone this year.
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