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