TIME Kid of the Year: Gitanjali Rao, a 15-year-old American of Indian origin, has done something amazing that now she is being discussed everywhere. In fact, the famous TIME magazine has given Gitanjali a spot on her cover page for her innovation and has been featured as 'Kid of the Year'. Gitanjali has been chosen from over 5 thousand enrolled children and has become the first Kid of the Year. Gitanjali is not an ordinary child, she has done many things at just 15 years old.
Geetanjali Rao is a scientist and innovator. She has succeeded in using technology to get people out of opium addiction and cyberbullying. Gitanjali's new innovation is an app Kindly and a Chrome extension - which uses machine learning technology to detect cyberbullying.
which can easily detect the amount of lead in the water. sHe has not even used a more expensive device in his innovation. Gitanjali has named the mobile-looking device as 'Tethys'. After putting this device in water for only a few seconds, it tells the amount of lead in the water.
She said on her achievement that "if I can, anyone can." She adds "Our generation is facing many problems that we have never seen before. But at the same time we are facing old problems that still exist. As we are sitting here in the midst of a new global pandemic And we are still facing human rights issues. There are problems that we did not create but now we have to solve, such as cyberbullying with climate change and the introduction of technology. "