In the Know: Bi-weekly Agritech Round-up (October 26, 2018)

The world of agritech is changing every day. Check out our bi-weekly round-up to stay in-the-know on the evolving world that is agriculture technology.

Bridging the Gap Between Science and Farming 

At the heart of agriculture is scientific discovery. When farmers are able to cultivate that discovery in their own fields through innovation and research, they are able to utilize it more efficiently for their business.

Read more here, via Farmers Guardian.

The Future of Agriculture: New Technology & Macro Trends, with Doug Griffin, Curt Blades and Dr. Dennis Buckmaster 

The digital agriculture industry is growing, and manufacturers are educating themselves on the latest technology in order to keep up with the needs and trends in farming equipment.


From Agriculture to Art – the A.I. Wave Sweeps In 

The Internet allows people and technology to communicate and connect efficiently and at a low cost. Artificial intelligence developers are utilizing this technology and research to revolutionize industries, from art to agriculture.

Read more here, via the New York Times.


What Can Blockchain Really Do for the Food Industry? 

A number of companies are incorporating blockchain technology into their business models. This innovative solution in data management is increasing efficiency, transparency and collaboration throughout the food system.

Read more here, via Forbes.


Demand for Blockchain Engineers Has Grown 400% Since End of 2017, Report Says 

With the rise in blockchain-based business models, there has also been a significant rise in blockchain specialists and engineers. Companies are seeking more and more employees that are skilled in this technology, with demand rates growing by 400 percent since 2017.

Read more here, via Cointelegraph.

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