- Media playback is unsupported on your device – – Media captionUddhab Bharali epitomises India’s “jugaad” spirit – “I like to solve problems,” says Uddhab Bharali.
- Across India he is already well-known for his agricultural inventions but his new ideas are helping those with disabilities.He explains that because there is limited government support in India for people with physical disabilities it is up to people like him to come up with solutions.
- “Human ingenuityInitially, Mr Bharali recalls that people thought he was “worthless” and it took him 18 years to establish himself as “an innovator with class”.
- Learn more about BBC Innovators.Mr Bharali makes an income from selling his inventions as well as designing technical solutions for businesses and government.
- Image caption – – Raj Rehman says he is happy that he can look after himself, thanks to Uddhab Bharali’s inventions – – – – Although Mr Bharali says there is no shortcut to success, his hard work means his life is now comfortable and he is able to support…
Uddhab Bharali is a serial inventor who uses frugal innovation to change people’s lives.
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- Mr Finman has been celebrated on news channels, and lauded in the tech community.
- For his story is little short of remarkable.
- Mr Finman, whose parents Paul and Lorna met at Stanford University in the 1980s, when Paul was getting his PhD in electrical engineering and Lorna was getting hers in physics, took the cash and invested it in Bitcoin, following a tip from his brother Scott.
- The Finman siblings, three brothers, admit to being fiendishly competitive.
- Erik describes his family as being the “Elon Musk version of the Kardashians” – both his older brothers work in tech and engineering, and the youngest Finman was frustrated by school.
Three years ago Erik Finman made a bet with his parents.
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- Monax has joined the Hyperledger Project as a general member and in doing so managed to bring Ethereum technology into the project.
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Joining firms like IBM and Intel, Monax is re-licensing its blockchain client, which includes a built-to-specification Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), to Apache 2.0 and proposing it to Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee (TSC) for incubation.
- Monax is the first company among Hyperledger’s 100+ members able to bring a custom implementation of cutting-edge Ethereum blockchain technology to the project.
- “Although a lot of big names have joined Hyperledger, cutting-edge startups like Monax have a great deal to contribute as well, both in terms of code and new ideas.
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Monax’s smart contracts implementation extends the classic Ricardian Contract triple of legal prose, parameters and computer code, with an approach known as “dual integration”.
Monax, the enterprise blockchain and smart contracts company, has succeeded where others failed. Monax has joined the Hyperledger Project as a general member and in doing so managed to bring Ethereum technology into the project. A concerted effort last year to bring the Ethereum C++ client within the
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