Machine learning, blockchain, data big and small mark Ag Tech/Law conference

LITTLE ROCK – Artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotics are all powerful new technologies that are not only making changes in agriculture, but are also plowing up new legal issues for attorneys, state governments and producers, presenters said during a national ag tech and law conference.

The first-of-its-kind conference, Ag Technology and the Law: Advancing American Agriculture, was held Aug. 15-16 at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock. The conference, which drew representatives from 35 states, was sponsored by Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, the National Agricultural Law Center and the National Association of Attorneys General.


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