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Smart Farming: The ‘AI’m of Machine-to-Machine Learning in Agriculture

Can machines be taught to spot diseased crops and weeds and take action to solve the problem? So-called machine learning is already being used to spot patterns and make decisions – in fraud detection, advertising and self-driving vehicles, and it is poised to be the next new decision support tool for agriculture.
When Feb 20, 2018
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Eagle Labs, Chesterton Road, Cambridge
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We’ll be looking at ways of bringing high-tech machine learning and artificial intelligence onto the farm to add value to experience and agronomy.

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