Field Of Robots: Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming The Face Of Agriculture

In a field of sugar beet in Switzerland, a solar-powered robot that looks like a table on wheels scans the rows of crops with its camera, identifies weeds and zaps them with jets of blue liquid from its mechanical tentacles. Undergoing final tests before the liquid is replaced with weedkiller, the Swiss robot is one of new breed of AI weeders that investors say could disrupt the $100 billion pesticides and seeds industry by reducing the need for universal herbicides and the genetically modified (GM) crops that tolerate them.

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Great! That is Next generation future! Be proud

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Nice.That's tomorrow in Agriculture. Instead it will regulate the Seed and pesticide industry. It's future for Organic Agriculture.

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Just as important is land availability-- which we burry under concrete of urban development, and a lesser extent harvesting the same crop from the same land every freaking year

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But that's only one side of the coin...

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11 minutes ago, jpZelabal said:

But that's only one side of the coin...

Robots will not poop on our produce. 
 

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I do not know much about this, but the face is already transformed with Monsanto poisons, GMO’s killing people and other beings. Depleted soil missing minerals means food without nutrients and we need 90 of them to be fed properly and to be healthy!

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