Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Here's what happened when AI and humans met in a strawberry-growing contest

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Do they really need a human touch? Image: Unsplash/Thalia Ruiz

Victoria Masterson
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Data scientists beat farmers in a strawberry growing contest in China organized by tech platform Pinduoduo. Image: Pinduoduo
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A member of the contest’s traditional farming teams tending to the strawberry beds. Image: Pinduoduo

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