Using artificial intelligence (AI), greenbox makes robotic cannabis and CBD dispensers, or vending machines.

Sustainable, environmentally-friendly farming practices may not have been the initial goal, but are among the unintended side effects of cannabis prohibition in this country.

Day after day, cannabis businesses are venturing into new terrains as exciting and unexplored as artificial intelligence (AI), automation, augmented reality, machine learning, blockchain, and more.

The state has started its search for multimillion-dollar software that will form the spine of its medical cannabis program, serving as the repository for sensitive patient information and logging the movements of each marijuana plant.

Seedo estimates that the project will produce at least 14 tons of dry cannabis buds generating $24 million in revenues within three years.

Working from his garage in Wilmington NC, Kyle Trivisonno, a board-certified prosthetic technician, was able to create a prosthetic leg out of hemp fibers, which he says is a safer, cheaper and stronger alternative to the traditional carbon, fiberglass or Kevlar materials used in prosthetics.

Indoor growers are looking to cut spiraling electricity consumption with custom-built microgrids in U.S. states where cannabis cultivation is legal.

Simplify the high life with these ganja gizmos.

As the legal cannabis market matures, it’s driving advances in how users consume it.

Seedo, creators of automated consumer grow labs, will shortly plant a seed in the U.S. medical marijuana market.

“People are beginning to using cannabis to enhance different taste and flavor profiles. We are coming to understand that the marriage of culinary and cannabis can be an immersive experience.”

As legal cannabis farms take the spotlight, safer methods of pest control are also taking root in more 'mainstream' agriculture.

A California tech team claims to have the solution for measuring pot intake.

The power of simulated sunlight is showing remarkable results in growing cannabis.

With help from Microsoft, Kind Financial is building infrastructure for legal marijuana, from the farm to the dispensary.