Ankit Singh

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Ankit Singh

Ankit Singh (born December 29, 1995) is an Indian techie and auto racing driver.[1] He began racing cars at the age of 15, he is the winner of the 2016 North American Grand Prix Championship held in Las Vegas.

He developed an IoT infrastructure based on Brain-Computer Interface in 2021.[2][3][4]

Early life and education[edit | edit source]

Ankit Singh was born on 29 December 1995 at Ghaziabad, to a retired police officer and a homemaker.[5]

Ankit has done his schooling at Delhi Public School, Indirapuram. He completed his Master's in Computer Science from the University of Washington.

Awards and recognition[edit | edit source]

Ankit received the Fastest Lap Time Award at Daytona Beach, Florida.[[1]] in 2016.

He received the Amul Vidya Shri Award in 2010.

References[edit | edit source]

"Ankit Singh Interview: Indian Race Car Driver".[[2]] Retrieved 2023-08-26.

Bureau, BW Online. "Making Data Breaches A Thing Of The Past".[[3]] BW Businessworld. Retrieved 2023-08-26.

Today, Telangana (2022-10-11). "Powering devices with emotions: Ankit Singh's experiments with Brain Computer Interface".[[4]] Telangana Today. Retrieved 2023-08-26.

"Data security or the fast lane, Ankit Singh believes in pushing the limits".[[5]] Zee News. Retrieved 2023-08-26.

"A Fast Track Where Data Thefts Don't Exist".[[6]] The Week. Retrieved 2023-08-26.

External Links[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia [[7]]

Instagram [[8]]

Wikialpha [[9]]