Farmers are learning more and more about the upside of artificial intelligence in agriculture these days. Benefits include lower input costs, plant breeding improvements and optimized production that contribute to higher yields and additional farm revenue.
According to Dan Lussier of Enterprise Machine Intelligence and Learning Initiative (EMILI), AI is also helping producers make better decisions for their farms.
“There are opportunities to make sense of and come up with insights from the growing amount of agriculture data that is being captured, created and produced both on farm and elsewhere in the value chain,” Lussier said in an interview.
Read the full story by Mark Halsall in Grainews.