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Randy Barker appointed as Strategic Advisory Board Chairperson

The shareholders of Computomics have appointed Randy Barker as the new Strategic Advisory Board Chairperson.

Randy brings a wealth of experience in the field of agribusiness, technological innovations and strategic partnerships always embracing the power of people to create, collaborate and innovate. His more than 25 years of experience in agribusiness and working in over 30 countries, helped him launch a number of ag technologies on a global scale. He is now based in St. Louis, Missouri.

Randy Barker, Strategic Advisory Board Chairperson

“I have been impressed by Computomics’ disruptive technologies for the agricultural sector and I’m therefore excited to be given the opportunity to be the Chairperson of the Strategic Advisory Board to help Computomics realize the full potential of their innovations, “ says Randy Barker.

Dr. Sebastian J. Schultheiss, Managing Director of Computomics, adds: “Since the inception of Computomics 10 years ago, we have turned it into a globally recognized partner for seed companies and are now ready to take the next step. We are already actively working with Randy on that. With his comprehensive knowledge and experience in advanced agricultural technologies, Randy will help us propel to our next phase of growth.”

About Computomics
Computomics offers a proprietary machine learning technology platform that applies AI to genetics, phenotype, microbiome, and environmental datasets. Computomics is a team of world-leading experts in machine learning, agriculture, plant breeding and bioinformatics, who use data to unlock the diversity of biological life. In over 180 projects, Computomics enabled customers to make data-driven decisions and thereby accelerate sustainable agricultural development that can feed the world. Computomics’ interpretable machine learning technology enables rapid understanding of genomic data for plant breeding, agricultural biotech, and microbiome researchers. To learn more about Computomics, please visit  or follow Computomics on Twitter at

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