Anand Mahindra Shares Video Of simple Innovation That Increases Efficiency Of Work

Indian billionaire businessman Anand Mahindra shared video showing ‘simple innovation’ that can increase efficiency of day-to-day tasks including wall painting.

Indian billionaire businessman, Anand Mahindra recently retweeted a video posted by a page ‘Civil Engineering’ that showed a unique device which reduces the effort put into the tiresome work of painting a wall. The chairman of Mahindra Group shared the video on August 4 saying that even though it is not an invention as big as ‘rocket science’ but simple innovations like this would result in walls without shabby overruns. Therefore, Mahindra elaborated that such million tiny improvements can make day-to-day jobs efficient and magnify the productivity. He also called the short clip showing a painter effortlessly coating the wall with paint, as ‘fascinating’.

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Instagram Reels goes global with launch in over 50 countries, including the US

Facebook has announced today, that it will be launching Instagram reels in more than 50 countries worldwide – U.S., Mexico, U.K., and Japan to name a few.

Instagram reels, which is basically a TikTok clone from Facebook, is an in-app looping video feature that allows users to create, edit, and share 15 second long videos. Along with the boomerang and the superzoom features Instagram reels will be available in the stories section. There are several editing tools available like timers, countdown clocks, and camera effects. Instagram has created a new section in the explore tab just for reels (however, this option is only available for people with public accounts). Reels can also be shared via DMs or on stories.

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From sanitising containment zones and fighting locusts, to delivering food, here’s how drones are springing into action

Between COVID-19 and swarms of locusts that found their way into India, the drones have emerged winners.

“The situation has put us in the forefront and not just spiked the interest of the general public but stakeholders too,” says Smit Shah of the Drone Federation of India, a non-Government, not-for-profit, industry-led body that promotes and strives towards building a safer and scalable unmanned aviation industry.

Recent work put in by these electronic flying devices — in surveillance, to check if people are adhering to lockdown, as well as disinfecting and sanitising — has brought them visibility. In fact, the pandemic and pestilence have pushed this sector to further innovate.

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