AI tech boosting smart agriculture

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  • Monday, 13 Aug 2018

Checking in: Tequ Group uses smart sensors and data analytics to monitor each hogs activity and log their state of health in real time. — China Daily

AS AN old saying goes, agriculture is a trade “that solely depends on the sky”.

Most livestock and field crops rely heavily on the weather for their comfort, and providing water and energy. But China’s more than 1.3 billion residents, a growing number of whom are becoming mid-income earners, are building up such an appetite that farmers are having to change the way they grow and sell food.

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