PhD Candidate Makes Headlines on AI in Agriculture

PhD candidate Emily Duncan poses for a headshot outside
PhD candidate Emily Duncan

Emily Duncan, a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics, appeared in Popular Science and Grist in a piece written for Undark. 

Duncan discussed artificial intelligence (AI) and technology in agriculture and the roles they play in addressing current issues with the global food supply.

Undark is a non-profit magazine published under the Knight Science Journalism Fellowships program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Duncan researches how digital agricultural technologies can contribute to improving global food security and reducing agriculture’s impact on the environment.