As climate change and global demographics begin to put excessive strain on the traditional farming model, the need for an agriculturally intelligent solution is vital. By 2050, the world population will increase by over 2 billion people. Current crop yields and freshwater resources will not be sufficient to sustain a population over 9 billion people.
You may have heard of high tech farming techniques like vertical farming, genetically altered crops, and hydroponic water management.
On May 15th the Machine Learning Society will be hosting an event with one of the industry’s most active entrepreneurs. Ryan Hooks has founded Huxley, which uses computer vision, augmented reality (AR), and A.I. to greatly improve yield, while driving the down cost and resources requirements. Huxley is creating an “operating system for plants” to grow with 95% less water, 2x the speed, 2/3 less carbon output, and half the nutrients needed. Come to our event to learn more.
Ryan Hooks, CEO & Founder, Huxley
Ryan Hooks has spent the past decade creating identities for companies such as Google, UNICEF, and Vevo. Working in the media space, he has helped communicate food, water, population, and resource issues via Food Inc, the G8 summit, and other organizations. He has been featured in FastCompany Magazine. In 2013, he entered the tech world with Avbl to help creative talent connect in real-time. In 2014, he founded Isabel, a smart grow system for the growth and transportation of deliciously efficient produce. Debuted on Summit at Sea 2016: Plant Vision™ by Huxley utilizes computer vision, AI, machine learning, and Augmented Reality to radically transform the way we grow.
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New York, New York
♦ Date / Time
May 15th, 2017 6:30pm – 9pm