Penn agtech spinout Treeswift uses robotics to ‘see the planet a different way’

Science & Tech

Agriculture tech companies are often using technology to solve a thousands-of-years-old problem or streamline a complicated environmental system. That means it’s also one of the industries that can have a hand in positively affecting climate change, said Steven Chen, founder of Treeswift. Chen, who came to robotics in a roundabout way, liked the potential impact…

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