The Future of Farming & Agriculture

Friday, February 9, 2018

The Future of Farming & Agriculture

Farming is being revolutionized by a technological wave. That’s great news—by the year 2050 Earth’s population will be 10 billion, so we need to almost double the amount of food we now produce.
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Main information sources:
http://www.economist.com/technology-quarterly/2016-06-09/factory-fresh
http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v544/n7651_supp/full/544S21a.html

Video by Bryce Plank and Robin West
Co-written by Kiriana Cowansage

Music:
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20 Comments

  1. Asad Janjua says:

    Loved the presentation and quality of info

  2. sha har says:

    another option is to explain humans that having kids is expensive and that they should make less kids or even stop totally . not to mention how toxic this world has become ..which means their children will suffer greatly …

  3. sha har says:

    how about a video that shows how modern "solutions" like you mentioned here are damaging our health ?

  4. Roman Fatulaev says:

    Go vegan

  5. Marsellus says:

    Now I want to become a Farmer, A DIGITAL FARMEER

  6. fred durst says:

    Watch this video because if it happens you won't have to worry about money anymore. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yb5ivvcTvRQ

  7. Man don't fucking talk to me I'm here to train says:

    How far we have come in a relatively short time is amazing. Tho it's also insane how overly complicated things are becoming especially those who were considered basic less then 2 decades ago. Thanks for the great video!

  8. Aixa V says:

    We embrace all this technology and innovation, allow GMOs, yet our children are among the sickest in any developed country in the world. Sicknesses range from all kinds of autoimmune disorders to all levels of neurological disorders. By 2032 1 out of 2 children born will be diagnosed with Autism. We also have the highest SIDS rates and the craziest, out of control, vaccination schedule.
    Ya think we might be doing something wrong? ?

  9. Andrey Garcia says:

    Megaprojects on Indonesia, you should definately check it out

  10. John Beniser Lambojo says:

    so amazing.

  11. Hanad Mubarak says:

    Wow thanks

  12. HisRoyalCarlness says:

    Vertical farming is environmentally freindly since it eliminates the land use and clear cutting. To solve the power problem. Nuclear, Nuclear Fusion, Dams (which you need for the water anyway), and anything else that doesn't involve burning but doesn't take up a lot of space to produce the energy. Heck, if we're gonna murder the environment with suburbs anyway, why not cover every house with solar?

  13. kuba2ve says:

    The world evolved in the wrong direction. That´s the real problem.

  14. FARHAN CHISHTY says:

    very good

  15. Gaurav Deora says:

    You need to watch this
    https://youtu.be/SBLpt-vQs8s

  16. Pro Metheus says:

    I can’t say more on how I enjoy this channel. Absolutely the best

  17. Livro de Imagens says:

    I suggest you make a video about the Resource Based Economy, The Venus Project, The Zeitgeist Movement…

  18. KaZi IsLaMa says:

    Thanks so much. So are you promote theis technology or you are the academic

  19. Tim Chapelle says:

    Brilliant episode!

  20. Shashank Gutta says:

    And in my home country people still rely on monsoons

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