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    The Yield + Microsoft: Transforming the Australian agricultural industry

    Published on Nov 23, 2016

    Working with agriculture’s leading growers, The Yield is providing on-farm sensors and customised information services to help farmers make faster decisions in managing weather and environmental factors; ensuring better productivity and profitability.


    Australian agtech company expands its AI tech, helping growers combat climate change

    Published on Dec 11, 2017

    Australian agtech company The Yield is revolutionizing farming practices by using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help growers understand data and adopt more sustainable practices.

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    Simon Jordan - 2018 year of robot farming

    Published on Feb 22, 2018

    Automation is making its way from the factory floor to the farm. A confluence of critical technologies: Robotics, AI and machine vision, are making the prospect of robots in agriculture a practical reality. Simon Jordan discusses the landscape in this video.

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    AI and the future of agriculture

    Published on Mar 14, 2018

    Simon Jordan, Robotics & Control Lead, explains how agriculture will benefit from advances in machine vision and AI.

    New technologies are making huge steps forward, enabling machines to be adaptable and treat plants at an individual level by recognising shapes and texture. From counting apples and estimating yields to identifying weeds in crops, machines are getting smarter.
    Cambridge Consultants

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    AI-equipped tomato harvesting robots to farms may help to create jobs

    Published on May 23, 2018

    The number of people engaged in agriculture in Japan is decreasing, and the country's elderly population is rapidly increasing. Agricultural high-tech is one of the measures that are seen as a solution to these problems. In the midst of this, "harvesting robots" driven by AI and robotic technology are gathering attention. The idea is to leave harvesting work, which accounts for 20% of all agricultural work, to robots in order to increase efficiency. Advanced farms are already appearing that have put robots to work and are developing technology and know-how....

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    PlantVillage: AI Helping Farmers Detect Plant Diseases

    Published on Jun 20, 2018

    PlantVillage and the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) are using machine learning to help farmers grow better cassava, a crop that provides food for over half a billion people daily.
    plantvillage.psu.edu

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