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Alphabet to shut down Mineral and license parts to Driscoll’s

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  • Alphabet has announced plans to shut down its agricultural engineering, AI, and robotics startup, Mineral, and license parts of Mineral to Driscoll's Inc., a company that produces berries.

  • Mineral monitored crop fields, autonomously scanned plants, and identified plant patterns and potential issues with crops to inform farmers about their harvests. It used sustainable hardware to power a roving robot that uses cameras, machine learning algorithms, sensors, and AI. This information helped farmers to manage the usage of fertilizers, chemicals, and water levels productively.

  • The company might partner with Driscoll’s, which previously used the technology to predict how many berries its crops would yield.

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