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Artificial Intelligence & Sensors Move Into the Food Chain

Touch the Soil News #1142 (Feature photo – Holstein Milking Cow – courtesy of the USDA) Sensors that gather data that is then organized, managed and interpreted is not new, but becoming more important in the food chain. One of the drivers of this technology is none other than finances. The cost of food production has become so expensive, that producers cannot afford even the slightest disruptions or oversights. In the following video, Phil Lempert (https://www.supermarketguru.com/) provides insights into the latest developments for the livestock and dairy industries. Want More? – Sign up below Special Deals Ahead…Sign up!

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Artificial Intelligence in the Food Industry?

Touch the Soil News #1043 (Feature photo – Artificial Intelligence – CCA SA 3.0 Unported) Most of us have become used to (or annoyed) at how artificial intelligence follows us around on the internet and our e-mail boxes. If you look something up, related ads follow you for days – often ignoring the fact that you weren’t interested in the first place. Supermarket Guru Phil Lempert explains how artificial intelligence is being harnessed by food companies. Is it really a service that we will enjoy? Is it possible that the real reason for artificial intelligence is perhaps not the customer experience, but monetary driven as companies must cut costs and…

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