Quantifying and minimizing bias in artificial intelligence systems is the goal of a new lab established within SMU’s AT&T Center for Virtualization. Pangiam, a global leader in artificial intelligence, is the first industry partner for the Intelligent Systems and Bias Examination Lab (ISaBEL).
SwarmFarm Robotics, the leader in Integrated Autonomy for agriculture, announced today that it crossed a significant milestone by successfully covering one million acres, 55,000 hours of operation, and has reduced pesticide inputs by an estimated 580 tons with its autonomous robots.
TheoryMesh Corp, an innovative software company that provides data-driven solutions for the food and agriculture supply chains, announced the start of a project to Burcon NutraScience Corporation, a global technology head in the advancement of plant-based proteins for foods and beverages, to use the TheoryMesh platform to improve plant protein research and scale up production.
Artificial intelligence (AI) trials have shown that lineside vegetation may be monitored securely, inexpensively, rapidly, and at scale by identifying species of trees and other plants from images obtained by on-train cameras.
Raspberries are a popular summer fruit with striking scarlet color and unique structure. They consist of several fleshy drupelets with a combination of sweet and mildly acidic pulp.
Doctor X Nabat is the name of an application developed by members of the Plant Phenomics research group at the UB and Agrotecnio (CERCA center affiliated with the University of Lleida), in collaboration with the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA) in Dubai (United Arab Emirates), for early diagnosis of diseases and insects in horticultural crops.
Research scientists at Texas A&M AgriLife are using artificial intelligence (AI) to set a new world record for creating algae as a dependable, economic source for biofuel that can be employed as an alternative fuel source for jet aircraft and other transportation requirements.
Knowing how much carbon is in the soil is a challenging question to answer at large spatial scales. However, knowing about soil organic carbon at regional, national, or global scales could help researchers estimate crop productivity, complete soil health, and even global carbon cycles.
Imagine a field of wheat that extends to the horizon, being grown for flour that will be made into bread to feed cities' worth of people. Imagine that all authority for tilling, planting, fertilising, monitoring and harvesting this field has been delegated to artificial intelligence: algorithms that control drip-irrigation systems, self-driving tractors and combine harvesters, clever enough to respond to the weather and the exact needs of the crop.
RoboSense announced a strategic partnership with Horizon Robotics, a global pioneer in edge AI computing platforms.