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Gitanjali Rao: Time’s first ‘Kid of the Year’

At only 15 years of age, Gitanjali Rao has already invented a mobile device to detect lead in drinking water and was named America's Top Young Scientist. Now, she's the winner of Time Magazine's first "Kid of the Year" award. Science & Technology news 👉 http://trt.world/13sf #TimeMagazine #KOTY2020 #GitanjaliRao

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Beethoven Meets AI

Has Flint's water crisis been solved?

Has Flint's water crisis been solved?

Salesforce CEO Benioff to buy Time for $190M | Money Talks

Salesforce CEO Benioff to buy Time for $190M | Money Talks

Amazon overtakes Microsoft | Money Talks

Amazon overtakes Microsoft | Money Talks

Now you can animate old photos using AI

Now you can animate old photos using AI

Egyptian exile says regime is 'targeting' his family

Egyptian exile says regime is 'targeting' his family

World leaders condemn crackdown by Myanmar’s security forces

World leaders condemn crackdown by Myanmar’s security forces

The 3 names removed from US intelligence report on Khashoggi’s murder

The 3 names removed from US intelligence report on Khashoggi’s murder

Azerbaijani Christians stake claim to religious sites in Nagorno-Karabakh

Azerbaijani Christians stake claim to religious sites in Nagorno-Karabakh

World reacts to report confirming MBS involvement in Khashoggi murder

World reacts to report confirming MBS involvement in Khashoggi murder

Eleven killed as Myanmar military intensifies crackdown

Eleven killed as Myanmar military intensifies crackdown

US says Saudi crown prince approved Jamal Khashoggi's killing

US says Saudi crown prince approved Jamal Khashoggi's killing

US intel: Saudi crown prince approved Khashoggi killing

US intel: Saudi crown prince approved Khashoggi killing

US president, German chancellor realise they forgot to wear a mask

US president, German chancellor realise they forgot to wear a mask

Dubai's Princess Latifa asks UK court to reopen case about missing sister

Dubai's Princess Latifa asks UK court to reopen case about missing sister

Turkish woman with ALS writes book using only her eyes

Turkish woman with ALS writes book using only her eyes

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