Intelligence 4.0 in the agrifood chain: Artificial or Industrial?
Agrifood is one of the most important industrial sectors in Belgium and its technological evolution is somewhat underestimated. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, and most of all, data-driven decision-making.
Digital passports, datahubs, remote sensing, precision farming, hyperspectral analysis, autonomous agri-machines …, the technology is already available today. Will applications remain artisanal or will it become widespread across all agrifood subsectors?
What will be the real impact of AI in agrifood and how will SME’s deal with this evolution? The MindGate visionary seminar will bring answers to those questions.
15.30u Registration with refreshments
16.20u Welcome by Leuven MindGate
16.30u Introduction by Chairman and hosts Kris Van de Voorde/Peter Rakers
16.45u Flanders’ Food, Inge Arents
“The future is digital, but above all inclusive”
17.05u Cegeka, Rob Gielen
“Data governance from Field to Fork”
17.25u Evonik-Porphyrio, dr. Kristof Mertens
“Digitalized integrated poultry production – the protein of the future”
17.45u Break with sandwiches
18.15u DataFastLane, Ann Lambrecht
“Transparency versus blockchain in the agrifood value chain”
18.30u Octinion, Thomas Hoeterickx
“The Future is Now: (R)revolution in the Greenhouse”
18.55u Robovision, Jonathan Berte
“Deep learning in the agrifood chain”
19.15u Debate/panel discussion with all speakers or Q&A
20.00u Networking and reception