The Grand Challenge

The Agriculture Innovation Mission for Climate (AIM for Climate) is partnering with Enterprise Neurosystem, a research community of leading academic institutions and chief scientists of America’s top technology companies, to host the AIM for Climate Grand Challenge: Leveraging the Power of AI and Machine-Learning.

Grand Challenge winners

AIM For Climate is a global resilient agriculture initiative sponsored by the US and UAE
governments. The AI Grand Challenge was announced by USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack
at COP 27, and designed to drive innovation in AI/ML for food security and climate
smart agriculture.

Submissions arrived from around the world, and included AI software, hardware, IoT
sensor designs, networking components, and other novel technology ideas with
agriculture applications. Prizes were designed to help foster innovation, including IBM
and AWS cloud credits, Kove software, Red Hat RHODS AI platform, Equinix metal
credits, and Enterprise Neurosystem consulting assistance.

The Grand Challenge finalists were announced onstage during the AIM For Climate
Summit in Washington DC. AgroSpace, an AI satellite analytics firm from Chile, was the
Grand Challenge winner. They are partnering with the Enterprise Neurosystem team for
AI development, and will complete a working prototype for presentation at COP 28.