Huawei doesn’t breed pigs, but helps others do it

Huawei doesn’t breed pigs, but helps others do it

Recently, there have been reports that Huawei has launched a smart pig farming program using state-of-the-art technology. Now, an official clarification has been published in this regard.

Duan Aiguo, president of Huawei’s computer vision division, commented on the rumors. According to him, Huawei is not investing in pig production. The Chinese technology company does not raise pigs either. Huawei is only helping farmers to use appropriate artificial intelligence technologies to raise pigs.

A few weeks ago, the same Duan Aiguo announced the Huawei Smart Pig Raising Solution, which includes monitoring, big data analysis, forecasting, decision making, full control, robot inspection and remote control using artificial intelligence technologies. However, this announcement has been misinterpreted. Now Huawei is directly stating that the company does not raise pigs, but instead gives companies the opportunity to engage in pig farming at a new technological level.

Duan Aiguo added that the industry lags far behind others in the use of modern technology and artificial intelligence. But after the announcement, large pig breeding enterprises have already contacted Huawei, intending to use new technologies in practice.

A month ago, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei said that more than a year after the imposition of US sanctions, Huawei launched the Naniwan self-rescue program. The company also plans to develop coal mining, metallurgy, music content, smart screens, PCs and tablets.

Huawei doesn’t breed pigs, but helps others do it

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