Artificial Intelligence Will Arrive on the Farm Sooner Than You Think

Prospera wants to channel its AI capabilities into making a variety of smarter decisions on the farm. © Prospera TAGS: Marketing, Overseas December 18, 2014 By Ben PotterAgWeb.comSocial Media and Innovation Editor In the 1980s and 1990s, the term “artificial intelligence” became synonymous with The Terminator movies. And it was a bleak look at technology, too – capped off by a future where humankind struggled to survive after Skynet went rogue. Today’s tech startups are a little more optimistic. They argue that AI technology will make life easier and more efficient in any number of industries – including agriculture. And “the future” may arrive sooner than you might think. Here are two recent examples of companies already making AI inroads in farming. The first, Prospera, recently announced it had raised another…


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