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22 Jan 19
Orbis Research

The Global Laser Therapy Caps Industry 2019-2023 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Global Laser Therapy Caps industry with a focus on the Global market. The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Laser Therapy Caps manufacturers and is a valuable source of […]

18 Jan 19
Notes of Learner (NOL)

Setiap orang yang ingin mencapai sebuah kesuksesan, hendaknya memiliki role model yang tepat untuk dirinya. Secara alami, role model tersebut akan menumbuhkan motivasi dalam diri, menjadi panutan saat mengalami kesulitan, membentuk karakter diri, serta menjadi mentor kita secara tidak langsung. Kali ini, saya akan bercerita tentang beberapa role model yang menginspirasi saya selama ini dalam […]

15 Jan 19
If you are here, you know who is behind this website

Perlu anda catat bahwa resiko investasi di pinjaman adalah ‘all or nothing‘ – artinya, dalam kasus gagal bayar, modal anda bisa sebagian atau seluruhnya hilang, berbeda dengan resiko saham dan reksadana dimana nilai investasi anda bisa turun namun bisa naik lagi di lain waktu. Dalam kasus terjadi gagal bayar, platform p2p lending punya solusi yang […]

07 Jan 19
Saluran Pikiran

Indonesia is an agricultural country located on the equator. With this condition, Indonesia should be able to supply the nutritional needs of their 200 million people, but the problem of hunger and malnutrition still founded here. When I was follow a School Meal Program, CSR activity of Cargill Indonesia (in the In Country Seminar activity for Cargill […]

01 Jan 19
If you are here, you know who is behind this website

Latar belakang perusahaan Growpal tergolong platform baru yang didirikan tahun 2017. Tidak banyak informasi tentang latar belakang perusahaan mereka, namun nama lengkap anggota tim mereka bisa di cek di website. Apabila anda penasaran, stalk saja staf staf mereka di LinkedIn 😀 Growpal nampaknya belum mendapat injeksi dana dari pihak manapun, namun partner partner operasi mereka […]

29 Dec 18
The Finch Farm

iGrow Gardening: Feed the birds! – Farm Forum https://t.co/AVhmmp8TqK — The Finch Farm (@thefinchfarm1) December 29, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/thefinchfarm1 December 28, 2018 at 10:02PM iGrow Gardening: Feed the birds! – Farm Forum https://t.co/AVhmmp8TqK — The Finch Farm (@thefinchfarm1) December 29, 2018

26 Dec 18
Digital Marketing Agency

The trend of real estate Facebook ads can be widely witnessed in the present scenario. Facebook provides plenty of ways to social media marketers for business promotion. Sharing different kinds of posts is, of course, the way that is tried most by every social media marketer. But, sometimes it may take a lot of months […]

26 Dec 18
Tech Collective

“Influential people are never satisfied with the status quo. They’re the ones who constantly ask, ‘What if?’ and ‘Why not?’ They’re not afraid to challenge conventional wisdom and they don’t disrupt things for the sake of being disruptive; they do it to make things better.” ~Travis Bradberry (Co-Author and President at Talent Smart) Due to […]

27 Oct 18
Remote Sensing Learning Blog- 9937195

Drones, aeroplanes and satellites do not directly collect data, but instead are common examples of platforms on which sensors are mounted. Figure 1. Provides some of the key advantages and disadvantages of collecting data from of these three platforms. Figure.1. Advantages and disadvantages of various types of platforms. Source: Chang and Clay (2016) It can […]

20 Dec 18
The Beef Blog

Fifth Anniversary of Western South Dakota Blizzard Laura Edwards, David Ollila. iGrow As we remember the fifth anniversary of the winter storm and blizzard that occurred on October 3–5, 2013 (which some call Winter Storm Atlas), the event provides a reminder that it is time to begin preparation and planning for winter weather events that […]

17 Dec 18
Sangha of Auspicious Companions

News from The Pema Chödrön Foundation View as Webpage Dear friends, It has been a tremendous year for Pema and the Pema Chödrön Foundation! We are happy to bring you up to date on Pema’s activities, as well as the activities of The Foundation. Thanks to so many of you, we have been able to […]

14 Dec 18
VentureBeat
Members of Microsoft Research, together with students from Dutch and Danish universities, have won a cucumber-growing competition held in autonomous greenhouses at Wageningen University and Research in Holland. Team Sonoma, as it’s known, beat out competitors from Tencent, Intel, and human horticulture experts and was the only team to grow more than 50 kilograms of cucumbers per square meter, according to Wageningen University officials. The competition included five teams, which ran greenhouses remotely from other parts of the world, as well as a human team to enable performance comparisons between traditional and AI approaches. AI systems were required to control actuators and make decisions for factors like water amounts and sunlight levels, with humans only allowed to intervene to do things like cut cucumbers from the vine. Team Sonoma was the clear winner throughout the competition in total production of cucumbers, followed closely by the human cucumber growers. Team Sonoma also beat the human team in overall net profit. Student members of Team Sonoma came from the University of Copenhagen and Wageningen University. Team iGrow from Tencent and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science finished in second place overall. For achieving some of the lowest levels of costs, labor, electricity use, and carbon dioxide output of competing teams, iGrow was also acknowledged by a jury of peers for the best AI strategy, according to Silke Hemming, director of the Wageningen University scientific research team that hosted the competition. Following a hackathon to build AI models this summer, the Autonomous Greenhouse Challenge took place between August 27 and December 7. Teams were not just competing to grow the most cucumbers; they also had to demonstrate sustainable practices. Total production accounted for 50 percent of team points, while AI strategy was worth 30 percent of points and sustainability the remaining 20 percent. Team Sonoma achieved the highest sustainability score, though human teams used lower levels of electricity per kilogram of cucumbers than any of the AI teams. In third place overall was The Croperators, a team made up of employees from companies Delphy and AgroEnergy. Deep Green, made up of Intel employees and National Autonomous University of Mexico students, came in last place in total production and total overall score. In a post announcing results Thursday, Wageningen University and Research said the competition does not mean that all greenhouses will now be run by computers. “First of all, the scale of the Challenge was limited. In addition, there are many decisions and [plenty of] crop work in and around greenhouses for which people are indispensable,” the post said. The competition was sponsored by Tencent Exploration Team, an initiative for funding promising companies and projects from the Chinese tech giant. Cucumbers were chosen for the challenge, Tencent chief exploration officer David Wallerstein told VentureBeat in an exclusive interview, because a large dataset was available to train AI systems to grow cucumbers. Wallerstein said Tencent chose to fund the challenge in order to better explore indoor farming at a time when cities are continuing to grow and climate change is of increasing concern. “I think the opportunity we see is for kind of a decentralization of global agriculture and moving agricultural productivity or growth potential closer to cities and into cities,” he said. “There’s all kinds of ways that we can reimagine how certain spaces are used and how we source our food. And we think it’s an important opportunity for humanity to diversify its food resources, as well as ensuring we’re eating healthier diets.” At more than 3 million hectares, China has the most greenhouses in the world, according to information compiled by the International Society for Horticulture Science. European nations like Spain, Italy, France, and the Netherlands are ranked among top 10 indoor farming countries in the world. Attention to indoor farming may be growing among tech giants. Earlier this week, GV (formerly Google Ventures) led a $90 million funding round in Bowery, a company that uses AI to grow produce and that plans to open vertical farming operations near U.S. cities in 2019.
10 Dec 18
If you are here, you know who is behind this website

Bila bicara tentang jenis Peer to Peer lending, memang setiap platform mengiklankan diri supaya kelihatan berbeda daripada saingannya. Misalnya, Crowde selalu mengaitkan diri dengan ‘membantu petani Indonesia’, Mekar selalu mengasosiasikan diri dengan ‘mendukung wanita Indonesia’, atau Ammana yang sangat identitasnya sangat erat dengan ‘Lending Syariah’ Tidak ada yang salah dengan istilah-istilah tersebut, toh namanya bisnis […]

03 Dec 18
Ria Ratna Sari

Sebenarnya sudah lama sejak ingin menuliskan hal ini. Berhubung kemaren baru saja ada teman lama yang tiba-tiba curhat keinginannya untuk mencari uang saja karena merasa belum mencapai yang namanya financial freedom. Akhirnya saya menemukan judul yang tepat untuk tulisan ini. Saya mulai bekerja pada akhir Agustus 2014. Biasanya saya menyisihkan 50%  penghasilan saya untuk ditabung […]