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WHAT WAYS CAN SMART AI SOLUTIONS ADVANCE AGRICULTURE?

Over the past ten years, there have been significant changes in the dynamics of the agricultural sector.

Over the past ten years, there have been significant changes in the dynamics of the agricultural sector. When the amount of farmland becomes increasingly scarce, both large- and small-scale farms that are entirely dependent on hand-operated machinery cannot compete.The availability of skilled farm labour and management in rural locations is a limiting issue for agricultural income and productivity as the service and information economy expands. Agriculture powered by artificial intelligence (AI), like agriculture powered by AI in other industries, is the best way to overcome many farming-related challenges. Cutting-edge solutions are being provided by artificial intelligence (AI) in a number of agricultural disciplines, including the following:


1.)Examining and preparing the land for sowing
2.)calculating the amount and type of pesticides required to control pests Forecasting and managing disease
3.)Harvesting
4.)Organizing and Moving


AI presently offers a wide range of clever AI solutions for easily enhancing agricultural productivity, so long as farmers are able to get beyond social and intellectual constraints.


Computing technology for vision: Any device with a built-in camera and computer that can process data, record, observe, and explore is referred to as having computer vision technology. In this case, accurate observation and evaluation of the data go hand in hand. This technology can derive conclusions from historical data more precisely than relying solely on human judgement. As a result, it helps farmers enhance productivity while lowering costs when utilised in farming. The agriculture industry will experience significant disruption due to the impending domination of deep learning and computer vision technology.


1.Soil and Crop Monitoring : The quantity and balance of nutrient-rich plant matter in the soil determines both the quality of the soil and its suitability for producing a particular crop. This is also a significant factor in influencing the harvest's success. Farmers may accurately predict crop yields and take necessary corrective action by utilising clever computer vision models to analyse images taken by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) of the crop and the ground.


2.Controlling weeds with plants without human intervention: Every crop management approach includes weed control as a key component. Computer vision technologies can precisely identify weeds from agricultural monitoring photos. Imagine that a robot that can independently remove weeds is developed using these clever algorithms and machine learning software. As a result, there is no longer a need to invest excessive quantities of time, money, and effort in physical labour. As a result, less of the toxic herbicides will be used. What organic truly means is agriculture that is sustainable, like this one.


Aeroponics: Using this cutting-edge farming method, which involves spraying crops that don't need soil with precisely calculated mists of nutrients, all phases of the crop cycle may be managed with precision. Crop development is influenced by many variables, including temperature, automated time interval, water-nutrient levels, pH, CO2 requirements, light intensity, etc.
This agricultural system's wireless or intelligent sensors will help in the early detection and correction of any issues. The farmer may now swiftly and simply change a variety of farming variables from a distance.


Integrating 5G IoT and ML in farming: The next phase of agricultural innovation will involve using a 5G network along with the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and other technologies. This type of "smart farming" will eventually make the entire crop cycle autonomous, from planting to harvesting, with the help of remote monitoring. According to the Science Direct abstract, a study is done to determine how the 5G network will affect farming.


Disruptive technologies are changing what it means to work in the agricultural industry, such as those employed in artificial intelligence agriculture and farming. Permaculture, aquaponics, hydroponics, and other intelligent farming techniques are quickly replacing the agricultural methods used in the last ten years with the help of intelligent AI tools.