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Aquaticode launches AI-powered salmon sorting machine
January 16, 2024 By Hatchery International staff
Aquaculture AI company, Aquaticode, has launched SORTpro.
SORTpro uses a combination of non-invasive imaging technologies, artificial intelligence, and automation to scan, classify, and sort 20-100 gram salmon smolt, according to characteristics such as gender, maturation, and other important performance traits.
Powered by artificial intelligence, the machine uses neural networks that mimic the structure and function of the human brain, learning from examples. Aquaticode says it can process up to 10,000 fish per hour at more than 97 per cent accuracy, requiring minimal training and effort.
“We want to give a huge thanks to the team, whose curiosity, courage, and capability have brought this product to life. We are also deeply grateful for the invaluable contributions from our early customers, partners, advisors, ecosystem, and owners,” information from their website reads.
Aquaticode says soon, the machine will have the ability to identify deformities and disease resistance and plans to expand SORTpro‘s functionality through over-the-air updates.
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