How Artificial Intelligence Could Revolutionize Coffee • Discoverology

How Artificial Intelligence Could Revolutionize Coffee

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The coffee supply chain is rife with uncertainty, unfairness, and even corruption. Bext360 wants to change that. This video looks at how they’re using machine vision, artificial intelligence, and blockchain payments to bring the largest un-automated system in the world into the digital age.

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