Walter Schwabe is a passionate serial tech entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in multiple sectors. Walter began formally researching artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies in 2017, having most recently held a position on the board, and as CEO, of visual AI start-up StreamML Inc. Walter has owned or has been an investment partner in multiple tech companies over his career, spanning digital strategy, software development and AI software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms.
Currently, Walter is a strategic advisor to business owners and executive teams helping them prepare for and navigate an inevitable future with AI that cannot be stopped and is changing our world forever.
Session Title: Farming Evolved - The Impact of AI in Agriculture
How is AI changing the way we produce crops and manage livestock?
Learn how industry leaders are currently leveraging AI, machine learning, and solutions within the Internet of Things (IoT) to set-up your Western Canadian farming operation for increased success.
Join veteran presenter Walter Schwabe for an exciting and informative exploration into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its transformative impact on the business of farming.
Economic drivers are always applying downward pressures on farmers. So, Walter will present examples of how farming operations can leverage automation, robotics, clean data management processes in order to increase efficiency and profitability.
Walter will also present valuable insights into the future of AI driven smart and precision farming solutions.
How is AI changing the role of farmers? Are farmers being replaced with robots?
What benefits, challenges and risks are associated with AI in agriculture? What have we learned? What are we missing? What does the future hold for AI enabled farming?
Learn the latest on how AI is helping to boost crop health, crop output, increase efficiencies and reduce operational risks; while reviewing current technological limitations and industry concerns.
Is Artificial Intelligence here to stay? Yes – you can bet the farm on it!