EMILI’s Innovation Farms is featured in a Globe and Mail article on the role of AI in helping farming become more efficient and sustainable.

“Farmers already use an array of technology, with some having adopted high-tech tools such as drones to survey farms and look for information on weeds, pests and disease, said Jacqueline Keena, managing director at industry-led non-profit EMILI. The organization operates Innovation Farms, a “smart farm” where new technologies are tested and demonstrated near Winnipeg.

The next phase of that technology involves AI models using that data to make inferences, predictions and even decisions, Ms. Keena said – and AI enables agriculture to become “hyper-optimized” down to a more specific level than before.”

Read the full article.