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SlideshowJohn Deere Bets the Farm on AI, IoT

mikeroch 3/17/2018 | 12:24:16 PM
Re: T for crictime Yeah, very smart move. T for ten ton tractors. Lol
[email protected] 3/15/2018 | 12:00:34 PM
Re: T Ariella very true and as you know there is a lot of backlash against the engineering of both seed and animals that have bread the whole free range and non GMO market. This I see as much less controversial and more environmentally friendly in many respects. I will be watching to see how it grows an evolves.
Ariella 3/15/2018 | 11:33:49 AM
Re: T @Maryam In truth tech has been a major part of farming for much longer than people think. Crops and animals are deliberately bred for particular traits, for example. Adding in GMO allows for seeds resistant to drought, insects, and diseases. In some parts of the world, it would be almost impossible to grow food without such built-in ability.
[email protected] 3/15/2018 | 11:26:14 AM
Re: T I love this idea of smart farming. It takes one of the most unpredictable occupations that provide critical goods power and efficiency through technology. It can make the entire process of farming more cost effective especially in countries where costs are a critical factor. It would be great to see this available in developing countries in the future where farming is not anywhere as evolved as it is here in the developed world. Unfortunately, the availability of web and technology are still major issues in the developing world though cell usage is getting more prevalent. Possibly it could be enhanced in the future to include even smarter tech like identifying disease on plants and applying appropriate sprays and identifying insects dangerous to plants.
[email protected] 3/15/2018 | 11:26:14 AM
Re: T I love this idea of smart farming. It takes one of the most unpredictable occupations that provide critical goods power and efficiency through technology. It can make the entire process of farming more cost effective especially in countries where costs are a critical factor. It would be great to see this available in developing countries in the future where farming is not anywhere as evolved as it is here in the developed world. Unfortunately, the availability of web and technology are still major issues in the developing world though cell usage is getting more prevalent. Possibly it could be enhanced in the future to include even smarter tech like identifying disease on plants and applying appropriate sprays and identifying insects dangerous to plants.
Ariella 3/14/2018 | 2:44:41 PM
T <"The 'T' for us is ten-ton tractors. < That's great. He may be an engineer, but he talks like a marketer.
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