A tech company in Saskatchewan has developed an app to help farmers grade the quality of their grain. The app, created by CEO Weiping Zeng of SuperGeo A.I. Tech, uses artificial intelligence to count grain kernels and assess quality within seconds. Zeng, who comes from a farming background, wanted to automate time-consuming tasks and remove subjectivity in the grading process. Lyndon Lisiza, the company’s chief marketing officer, believes that removing subjective opinions can provide a clearer definition of grain grades, helping farmers maximize their profits. Currently, grain grading requires inspectors to go through each kernel to determine quality and identify any good or bad attributes. The app also tests for frost and heat damage and provides accurate sample counts for wheat, canola, peas, and lentils. The app is currently available for Android but not yet released on Apple’s app store. This innovation has the potential to revolutionize the agriculture industry.
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