“AI is streamlining efficiency,” said EMILI Managing Director Jacqueline Keena in a recent news article on how artificial intelligence is being used in Manitoba workplaces.
She’s been in the field watching new agricultural technology get tested. The latest involves a collaboration between Canadian businesses to determine where herbicide-resistant weeds will grow before any plants emerge.
“It’s really about taking technology… (and) putting data-driven information back into the hands of farmers and agronomists to make… more productive and sustainable farming decisions,” she said.
While Keena won’t hazard a guess on the number of farms that have incorporated AI, there’s no question the number will grow, she says.
Read the full article in the Friday, September 1 edition of the Winnipeg Free Press.