Twenty years from now, the most important tool for putting food on your table won't be a harvester, combine or a plow. It will be a piece of software.
Agriculture is in the process of transitioning into a fully high-tech enterprise. This is a long-overdue revolution in the way things have been done for centuries. To put it in perspective, if we keep doing farming the old-fashioned way, two billion more people will go hungry by the year 2050.