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Factory workers face a major COVID-19 risk. Here’s how AI can help keep them safe

Monitoring social distancing and the use of protective gear can help shield workers from coronavirus. Image: REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis

Tejpreet Singh Chopra

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Bharat Light & Power (BLP)

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