Advancing machine automation is a priority for many ag manufacturers to improve and simplify equipment performance.
But creating smarter machines isn’t without its challenges. Integrating artificial intelligence into the blueprints of tomorrow’s equipment and technology is a work in progress as companies seek to create user-friendly, reliable platforms.
Ohio State University Agriculture and Bioengineering professor Scott Shearer, says manufacturers today are doing a decent job with progressing automation, but the industry is still a ways away from removing operators entirely from the cab.
In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast brought to you by Farmers Edge, we welcome in Scott, to discuss the current progress and future potential of artificial intelligence in agriculture.
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