Mirza Samnani has been building all kinds of robots since he was a little kid. During the pandemic, he used parts and pieces from his creations over the years to build a medical assistance robot that was deployed in Covid-19 hospitals to minimize contact and protect front-line workers by helping to deliver food, medicines, and check patients’ vital signs. He also developed an automated CPR robot that helped save a patient’s life and was the first machine of its kind in India.


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