The UK Government has invested $28 million in several high-tech farming projects, which are aimed at cutting down pollution, minimizing waste and producing more food. The investment is part of the Government’s
Companies want to use robotics and AI to revolutionize farming, but first, they have to prove there’s a market for what they’re growing. Robot farming startup Iron Ox has taken the first step in doing
Tushar Kamble knew there was something wrong with his chilli plants when he noticed they were smaller than average, and the leaves were starting to curl. Last year the former academic, who’d taken a bold
For thousands of years, farming involved making judgments about water, fertilizers or new seeds with the human eye. Today farmers are using machine-learning tools to boost their yields and help their line.
Amber waves of grain, indeed. Roughly 2 million farms dot the continental U.S., and the decisions their proprietors make impact the entire food supply chain. According to one study, if just 5 percent the
Artificial intelligence is about more than asking Alexa or Siri to turn on the lights at home and add a reminder to the calendar about getting some milk at the store later in the afternoon. The true power
launching an app. Visual data is also available from unmanned aerial vehicles such as quadcopter drones, which can be used to monitor the growth and spread of pest through crops in real-time. One company
Indoor farming is a trendy startup space, but many of those ventures have recently failed. Plenty thinks its technology, model, and timing mean it’s the place that will finally turn greens into green.