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Technology and Artificial Intelligence (Ai) have become an integral part of our daily lives, revolutionizing various sectors from healthcare to transportation. With the advent of machine learning algorithms, neural networks, and natural language processing, Ai is poised to create a paradigm shift in how we interact with technology. This platform offers a curated selection of the latest articles, videos, and RSS feeds to keep you updated on the groundbreaking advancements in Ai. Whether you’re an industry professional, a researcher, or simply an enthusiast, you’ll find a wealth of information here that will help you understand the far-reaching implications of Ai technology.
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How can we use AI & robotics for sustainable agriculture? 🤖🌽— Mark Moonyoung Lee (@make_your_maark) November 13, 2023
We present Towards Autonomous Crop Monitoring - inserting sensors in corn stalks to monitor plant nutrient over the growth cycle.
See paper, additional documentation at https://t.co/5qm2rGpAD7
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How artificial intelligence is helping scientists talk to animals - BBC News
Developing a successful robotics product: From idea to reality
Bringing a product concept to life is no mean feat. From development to pilot phase and scalability, a lot needs to be considered.
It’s an exciting and promising time to venture into robotics. Global investment in robotics is skyrocketing, with Boston Consulting Group predicting the market will grow from approximately $25 billion in 2021 to between $160 billion and $260 billion by 2030. New technologies are emerging at an unprecedented rate and becoming exponentially accessible. From open-source codes, boundless connectivity to more affordable hardware components and faster processors, the stars seem to be aligned for anyone harboring a dream to launch their own robotics product. (Read more at TheRobotReport.com)