Artificial intelligence is still in its infancy in agriculture, but the technology is being used through such tools as drones, sensors and hyperspectral cameras. Great potential is seen for the technology to help increase yields, fight pests and battle drought.
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by Paul Rusnak Summary: The drones are coming! Following the approval of the Federal Aviation Administration, a new ruling is allowing drones to take flight by the end of August. Advantages of this new ruling could generate a handsome income for the US economy as well as create more than 100,000[…]Read More »