In the Know: Bi-weekly Agritech Round-up (November 23, 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.

Applications of blockchain; it won’t be foreign & intimidating anymore

Blockchain has become one of the leading technologies in a variety of industries, and its potential is only growing. New applications are emerging every day as researchers become more familiar with this new method of data management.

Read more here, via Information Age


The Future of Farming is Here with Agri-Tech

The agriculture industry is making tremendous strides with the introduction of the world’s first farming robot prototype. Innovative solutions are paving the way for sustainability and precise decision-making.

Read more here, via Cash Lady News.


Technology Innovations: The Future of AI and Blockchain

A survey conducted at MIT recently yielded some interesting results on how technology is changing daily life and business.

Read more here, via MIT Technology Review.


Technology is the future of farming, AL agriculture commissioner says

Alabama’s highest agriculture official says technology is the future of farming. With developments in artificial intelligence and robotics, farmers are able to make precise decisions and advance the industry.

Read more here, via WSFA.


Innovation in agriculture vital to address future food challenges

Going beyond apps, drones or farm machinery, innovation in agriculture involves different social, organizational or institutional processes, ranging from access to markets, credit or extension services to marketing produce in a new way.

Read more here, via the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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