Chris DeWildt

August 4, 2018 11 min read
August 4, 2018
11 min read

Motorleaf’s Vision for AI in Grow Operations

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In this Growers Spotlight, we spoke with the CEO of Motorleaf, Alastair Monk, about what his company is doing and their vision for Artificial Intelligence in the Cannabis space.

Alastair Monk

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Implementing Artificial Intelligence

Montreal is the center of AI in the world right now.
Alastair Monk

The Market for AI

Cannabis production will become a race to the bottom in terms of what producers can charge for their product.Alastair Monk

About Alastair and Motorleaf

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Want to check out some different controller and artificial intelligence companies in the cannabis space? Take a look at these:

  1. Motorleaf
  2. Kindbot
  3. Grow Diaries
  4. Argus Controls
  5. Wadsworth Controls
  6. Priva
  7. Link4 Controllers

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About the Author

Chris DeWildt is a graduate of Grand Valley State University and Western Kentucky University. In addtion to writing for Growers Network he is also a novelist