From the field to the dinner table, AI in agriculture can create a resilient food system

Drones and other advanced technologies are already being used in agriculture — but data and AI could make the tech even more effective. Image: REUTERS

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Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Enko Chem

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In the coming decades, farms will generate growing amounts of data that can be used to inform and improve AI applications in agriculture. Image: BI Intelligence

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