Naturally, when we talk about pests on Wisconsin cranberry farms you think about deep learning. Right?
Ok maybe not. But maybe that’s why you should join Sam Saha, VP of Engineering at Laughlin Constable for his seminar at the Spark Summit to learn how, with today’s tools and a sense of “why the heck not?”, you can jump in and help solve real world problems. In this session, he will dive into how LC used deep learning to build an app that allows cranberry farmers to identify pests and determine if they are harmful to crops. Part technology, part creative problem solving, part business needs that deep learning can address; Sam’s seminar will show that, in today’s world, the obstacles of solving hard technical problems start with the willingness to try something.