Leveraging AI to Improve the U.S. Food System

Join us on Tuesday, December 3rd at Montclair State University to learn how innovators in food agriculture are leveraging AI to improve the U.S. food system.

PANELISTS (confirmed):

JAKE JORAANSTAD, Co-Founder of Bushel, a Fargo, N.D.-based software company that powers 1,000+ grain facilities across the U.S. and Canada with real-time info for farmers/producers.

MELINDA DITTMER, COO of Nexyst 360, which produces NexBox, a smart box to transport crops from harvest to grocery store. The box is remotely monitored and has internal sensors that will monitor humidity and temperature levels.

AMY WU, Founder and Director of From Farms to Incubators, which uses digital storytelling to spotlight women innovators working to solve farming challenges.

MODERATOR:

CARLEY GRAHAM GARCIA, Executive Director of Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Montclair State University

Contact Information
  1. Sharon Waters
  2. sharon.waters@montclair.edu
Tue, December 03
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm
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Join us on Tuesday, December 3rd at Montclair State University to learn how innovators in food agriculture are leveraging AI to improve the U.S. food system.

PANELISTS (confirmed):

JAKE JORAANSTAD, Co-Founder of Bushel, a Fargo, N.D.-based software company that powers 1,000+ grain facilities across the U.S. and Canada with real-time info for farmers/producers.

MELINDA DITTMER, COO of ...

1 Normal Ave. Montclair, NJ 07043

Montclair State University, Feliciano School of Business building, room 140

1 Normal Ave.
Montclair, NJ 07043

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