Windfall of cash allows facility expansion

It might sound like something from a science fiction novel, but plants in a warehouse-type building will likely “talk” through special sensors to the “brain” of an artificially intelligent system in Bible Hill-based TruLeaf Sustainable Agriculture’s operations in Ontario within two years. “The plants will be making the decisions,” Gregg Curwin, TruLeaf’s president and chief executive officer, said in an interview Thursday. “This is still a thesis but it is our understanding that a live plant should be able to tell us exactly what it requires . . . through sensor technology.” An artificial intelligence system would then make the decisions as to what actions need to be taken to help those plants grow best, he said. In the coming year, TruLeaf will start working on such an artificial intelligence…


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