AICRA formed Technology Governance Steering Committee to ensure the use of legitimate AI. Chandra Pilla was elected as the chairperson of AICRA’s TGSC-Agriculture. TGSC will have 12 members from 6 different verticals of agriculture sector. All India Council for Robotics & Automation has established technology governance steering committee (TGSC) for ensuring the safe and secure use of artificial intelligence across agriculture sector of India. The announcement has been made at the 3rd edition of Global Artificial Intelligence Summit & Awards 2022. AI being the future of tomorrow will…Read More
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AI & precision agriculture
Artificial Intelligence has made its way to the agricultural sector. Precision Agriculture is an important termtoday’sdays farms. AI is promoting new innovative methods over traditional ones. Artificial intelligence is the most discussed technology for a decade due to its widespread application in numerous Industries. AI applications have already taken over many traditional practices in sectors like healthcare, education, and agriculture. precision agriculture is an important term in today’s agriculture industry as it is about doing the right thing, at the right place, in the right way. Precision Agriculture Precision agriculture…Read More
How AI Is Transforming Agricultural Industry?
Artificial Intelligence leads the agriculture industry in india to the future way of farming. Improved decison making with the help of AI can benefit the industry greatly. Farmers should educate themselves about the benefits AI can bring to the sector. Artificial intelligence (AI) and digital technologies have the potential to support our farmers in overcoming a range of challenges. These technologies provide farmers improved decision-making as one of their core benefits. Increased access to markets, inputs, data, guidance, loans, and insurance will benefit farmers in India’s agricultural sector. Smallholder farming…Read More
HOW AI IS TRANSFORMING THE WORLD
Even in todays world, most people are not very familiar with the concept of artificial intelligence (AI). As an illustration, when 1,500 senior business leaders in the United States were asked about AI, only 17 percent said they were familiar with it.1 A number of them were not sure what it was or how it would affect their particular companies. They understood there was considerable potential for altering business processes, but were not clear how AI could be deployed within their own organizations. Despite its lack of general familiarity, artificial intelligence…Read More