A team consisting of employees, researchers and students from A-net, Hankyong National University, Seoul National University, Samsung Electronics, University of Liege, EZFarm, FARM8, Spacewalk, ioCrops.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making changes in many areas of our lives today, including the agricultural sectors. Even in agriculture, powered by AI-equipped cameras and sensors, once considered as an (almost) impossible tasks are being solved. Then what should agriculture look like in an age of AI? In order to find an answer to this question, we, Team Digilog (Digital+Analog), decided to participate in this challenge, Autonomous Greenhouses International Challenge (AGIC) 2019.

Teaming up with three universities and five companies, Digilog is united with a passion for writing a new history in the area of AI and agriculture. Our goal is, of course, to win the challenge, and thus we pursue to make technological advances in agriculture. However, at the same time, we also seek harmony between technology and human beings, of which many of us so far neglected to pay sufficient attention.

In the near future, we aim to host AGIC Asia or Argo-AI Challenge Asia in Seoul, Korea. Participation in this challenge will bring invaluable experience and vision to the running of AGIC Asia.