While medical cannabis is already available in more than half of American states and recreational cannabis nears the cusp of national legalization, cannabis culture still strongly values self-sufficiency.
Robotic Cranes, Genetic Libraries and Activated Oil: How the Cannabis Industry Is Redefining Hi-tech
Canada’s marijuana companies are becoming known for developing best practices for a nascent industry that, if they do it right, could leave them well-positioned to dominate around the globe
A Vancouver startup company is betting it can provide a high-tech solution to help legal medical cannabis growers deal with plant waste, as their production expands to accommodate the recreational market.
Silicon Valley is no stranger to cannabis culture, so it’s no surprise that tech companies are driving innovation in the pot world. And guess what? They’ve got some seriously impressive products.
A new blockchain startup, Smoke Network, is launching that hopes to create a safer alternative to legal cannabis businesses who are regularly targeted by large social media networks. Cannabis businesses and communities have been targeted and banned without warning for years with no show of remorse from social media giants such as Facebook who continueRead More
Why spend hours hunched over a table nudging buds into baggies when you could get a robot to do it for you?
Israel, a leader in marijuana research and health technology, is attracting international investment as it tries to position itself as a cutting-edge exporter in the rapidly-growing market for medical-grade cannabis.
While marijuana is increasingly recognized for its medicinal and therapeutic effects, prescribing the drug—”take two hits and call me in the morning”—has long been a tricky proposition for doctors.
As cannabis use becomes normalized, the tech industry is finally starting to innovate the seed to weed growing process.
Radient Technologies has applied for a federal license to apply its extraction technology to pot growing.