There are several areas ripe for assisting employees, and they are the most labor intensive and hardest to replace: blossom thinning, pruning and small fruit removals. Research at the University […]
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Last spring, WSU launched the AgAID Institute with $20 million from USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture and National Science Foundation. It will accelerate AI-driven ag technology research, and help the development of pruning and […]
The AgAID Institute: AI Solutions to Tackle 21st Century Challenges in Agriculture The AgAID Institute is a recently awarded National AI Institute led by Washington State University with OSU serving […]
The AgAID Institute hopes to apply AI to many areas of agriculture amid the anthropogenically changed climate. This will include a search for AI solutions to everything from the dangers […]
Systematic Inclusive Design: From GenderMag to SocioeconomicMag How can software professionals systematically assess whether their software supports diverse users? And if they find problems, how can they fix them? Our […]
New investments support agricultural scientists taking a closer look at what artificial intelligence can offer.
The U.S. National Science Foundation announced a $220 million investment in eleven new Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research Institutes, building on the first round of seven AI Institutes totaling $140 million funded last year. (This map shows all awards combined). Credit: NSF.gov
USDA-NIFA and other agencies and organizations have partnered with NSF to pursue transformational advances in a range of economic sectors and science and engineering fields — from food system security to next-generation edge networks.
Washington State University will lead a multi-institutional research institute to develop artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to tackle some of agriculture’s biggest challenges related to labor, water, weather and climate change.