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With the concept of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics gaining ground, what once used to belong to the realm of science fiction may well be on the road to becoming a reality. AI enables computer programmes and machines to think, learn, plan, recognise speech and solve problems, and brothers Abhinav and Raghav Aggarwal of Mumbai-based start-up Fluid AI, whom we have featured on our cover, are helping high-profile businesses and customers from around the world adopt AI-based solutions to transform their business processes and gain a competitive edge. Even as business processes go futuristic, the study of genomes and personal genomics too are offering revolutionary solutions in health care. Ushering the technology in India, Anu Acharya, the founder and CEO of Mapmygenome India and her team decode a person’s genetic make-up to offer a bouquet of services, including personalised guidelines on how to become healthier. Ambition, drive and risk-appetite are some of the key attributes of successful Marwari businessmen, and Vinod Saraf, the founder and chairman of Vinati Organics Ltd epitomises them all. Read about the self-made billionaire, who has risen from a middle-class home to build a business in speciality chemicals that commands a worldwide market as the largest manufacturers of isobutyl benzene (IBB) and 2-acrylamido 2 methylpropane sulfonic acid (ATBS). Away from the world of enterprise, we bring you a glimpse of entrepreneur Anant Nevatia’s dedication to philanthropy, who, as the president of Rural Health Care Foundation, has been offering over 200 generic drugs free of cost to tens of thousands and medical consultation for a nominal fee! With all this and much more, we bring you yet another interesting issue of MARWAR.

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