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This 17-Year Old Created An AI-Powered App To Help Farmers The World Over

Erik Kobayashi-Solomon writes in Forbes about a 17-year-old who has created an app to help farmers battle invasive species.

The C3 Take
  • After seeing his uncle’s rice harvest in India suffer because of invasive species, Nathan Elias built an app to help farmers.
  • The software, which is called InvasiveAI, allows farmers to identify different types of invasive species and plants with just a picture.
  • The app also geotags each entry to make geographical predictions that can allow farmers to proactively prevent the next crop killer.

“Nathan’s goal is to continue to build out the capabilities of InvasiveAI to create a platform that will enable farmers worldwide to fight invasive species cohesively, with proper support and aid.”

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