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.
A coalition of stakeholders committed to the expansion of broadband services in rural America today launched the first in a series of workshops to focus attention on the wide-ranging challenges to achieving connectivity, and the opportunities improved e-connectivity could bring to the people and economies of the nation’s rural regions.[…]Read More »
Drone technology has been touted as a high-tech crop scouting tool for years. Now, the technology has advanced to the point where farmers can not only conduct accurate plant population counts, but also distinguish between crops and weeds. Read moreRead More »