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Date published:

04/16/2018

Smart farming involves the incorporation of information technologies into machinery for use in agricultural production systems. New technologies such as the Internet of Things and cloud computing are expected to accelerate this development, introducing artificial intelligence tools into farming.
Author:
  • Michel Hebert