RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Paraná-based Genesis Group, specialized in traceability and food inspection solutions, announced this Thursday the launch of a technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to inspect and classify grains.
The company estimates that the technology, which aims at automating the process and making it more transparent, may work in the evaluation of 69 million tons within three years.
The project, called Right Grain, is a partnership between Genesis Group and the São Paulo-based startup MVisia. According to the CEO of Genesis, Nelson Bechara, the goal of the technology is to reduce subjectivity in inspections . . .