How artificial intelligence could help farmers grow crops far more efficiently

Agriculture is about to get a healthy injection of AI. Thanks to machine learning company Prospera, one of man’s oldest practices will be made new by way of Propsera’s AI based solutions. By applying techniques in deep learning, computer vision, and data science, the Tel Aviv-based firm hopes to transform farming “from an intuition-based practice to an optimized data-based practice.” Prospera uses in-field cameras and climatic sensors to create what the company claims is “uniquely accurate remote agronomy and management solutions” for farmers across the globe. Essentially, farmers will be granted real-time insights to their crops, eliminating the need to scour acres and acres of land for days on end. Rather, Prospera promises to help farmers analyze crops “from a leaf by leaf basis to a multi-field multi crop basis,” which ought to help…


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