Newton Society members see artificial intelligence at work

L-R: Newton Rigg Society guests John Geldard (Lyth valley), Alan Bargh (Heysham) and Trevor Wilson (Cartmel) inspect the robotic clusters at Buckabank Farm. Talk of the new Star Wars film to be released in December has led to national media coverage of AI (Artificial intelligence). News channels have focused on the subject in the last month, sparking debate on how far it can go. At the same time, the dairy industry has come under media attention, focusing on dairy challenges of the future. The Newton Rigg Society saw how these two issues are tackled at their latest meeting – visit to Buckabank Farm run by the Brough family. Buckabank Farm at Dalston is run in partnership by brothers Stephen and Richard Brough. Stephen is a member of the Newton Rigg…


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