Like Prospera’s AI application, iUNU’s application wants to help farmers by placing cameras on tracks installed in their greenhouse ceilings. These cameras will use computer vision to identify health problems with growing plants. The only distinction between the two, as far as we can tell, is that iUNU claims its tracks will be able to be used with other devices as well, and their product will be a platform instead of just one solo product.

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When you think “John Deere,” you probably don’t think “AI.” But that may need to change because precision farming is becoming a thing, and John Deere is leveraging machine learning and computer vision to do it. These tools can help the industry use less herbicides, which may be a win-win for everyone.

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With millions of financial transactions happening everyday, fraudsters can try to hide their actions in the deluge. But tools like this one are helping bankers identify their shadiness that much faster.

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