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OpenAG: A Globally Distributed Network of Food Computing
With natural resource scarcity, flattening yields, loss of biodiversity, changing climates, environmental degradation, and booming urban populations, the current food system is rapidly approaching its natural limit. What will define the subsequent agricultural revolution, and the way can it impact and form global societies? This is the central research question of the Open Agriculture (OpenAG) Initiative at the MIT Media Lab. The goal is an alternate distributed farming system primarily based on new methods of communication, sensing, information collection, and automation that can enable network result benefits in the next generation of food production. This department is half of a special issue on pervasive food.
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