Kelly McSweeney

Contributing Editor

Kelly McSweeney started her publishing career at a large textbook publisher in Boston. Then she spent several years working on peer-reviewed journals, which inspired her to write about the latest science and technology research. Most recently, she has written daily news stories and the latest inventions and regulations in electrical engineering. Kelly graduated from the University of Vermont and later earned a Master's degree in Publishing and Writing from Emerson College. She covers robotics for ZDNet.

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Robotic indoor farms can grow food anywhere, anytime

Robotic indoor farms can grow food anywhere, anytime

Farmers are working with robots, data analysts, and IT professionals to create a "Plantopia" for growing fresh food. A new indoor vertical farm in Cincinnati is a prototype designed to prove that fully-automated indoor farming is not only safer, but also profitable.

October 19, 2018 by