The CITRIS PI and UC Davis biological and agricultural engineer harnesses robotic and automated technology to optimize designs, systems and processes in agriculture and beyond.
AI has the potential to transform both the production power and labor landscape of the agriculture industry, says ag tech expert.
The project will be led by CITRIS PI Stacy Philpott, and CIDER Director Becca Fenwick will serve as a co-director.
The CITRIS PI and UC Merced professor and development engineer blends traditional research techniques with improvements in technology and analytical methods to design more sustainable food, energy and water systems.
The funding will support the launch of a new agriculture technology center called iCREATE.
In the latest issue of BSR’s emerging issues publication, Costas Spanos describes the adoption of autonomous systems in business as an ‘arms race’ to protect privacy.
A Recap of Women in Tech Initiative Director Jill Finlayson’s Grace Hopper Celebration 2020 Session Increasingly, AI-enabled tools are used in every facet of the […]
The National Science Foundation awarded the campus two of 30 research training grants for graduate students — particularly those from underserved populations — in computational […]
John Zysman has been published in Issues in Science and Technology for CITRIS-related work. The excerpt below has been reposted: The Rise of the Platform Economy […]
CITRIS is hosting a lunchtime panel discussion on Nov. 6.