1 February 2023

Mind the gap!

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Recently the Dutch cabinet announced that 4 billion euros from the growth fund will be invested in areas such as AI, quantum technology and green hydrogen. The aim of the investments is to strengthen the […]

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  • In search of (solutions for) the first hydrogen-powered grower! 28 January 2023
    An old colleague of mine used to say that controlling climate in a greenhouse is just a matter of “simple” physics. We already know a … Continued This article In search of (solutions for) the first hydrogen-powered grower! was first published on Innovation Origins.
  • Wizards, prophets and the future of our food system 3 December 2022
    For the past few months, I keep coming across them in my ‘LinkedIn bubble’ – the videos from the Federatie Vruchtgroenteorganisaties (the Dutch Federation of … Continued This article Wizards, prophets and the future of our food system was first published on Innovation Origins.
  • Do you still get it? On how artificial intelligence is beyond our comprehension, and if that’s such a bad thing 8 October 2022
    It was recently launched as part of the Dutch national AI course: a curriculum on ‘AI and Ethics.’ Like the previous publications about AI for … Continued This article Do you still get it? On how artificial intelligence is beyond our comprehension, and if that’s such a bad thing was first published on Innovation Origins.
  • Indoor farming and the pink elephant 4 September 2022
    If the stories are to be believed, we now have the solution for feeding the world’s growing population: vertical farming, urban farming, or plant factories. … Continued This article Indoor farming and the pink elephant was first published on Innovation Origins.
  • You shouldn’t just ask for a grower, but just give Bart a call outright 7 August 2022
    You are probably already familiar with them, those real nerds who like nothing better than to work with technology. A bit of mechatronics here, a … Continued This article You shouldn’t just ask for a grower, but just give Bart a call outright was first published on Innovation Origins.
  • Humans and robots work side by side at RoboCrops 9 July 2022
    Autonomous harvesting is drawing closer. Computer vision techniques, sensors and AI are getting better at monitoring and predicting crop growth, and robots are increasingly capable … Continued This article Humans and robots work side by side at RoboCrops was first published on Innovation Origins.