|Author:||A.J. Udink ten Cate,R. Martin-Clouaire,A.A. Dijkhuizen,C. Lokhorst|
|Publisher:||Pergamon; 1st edition (September 5, 1995)|
|Category:||Technologies and Computers|
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Roger Martin-Clouaire. Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture. Status and Prospects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Agriculture and other related Industry are presented
Roger Martin-Clouaire. Status and Prospects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Agriculture and other related Industry are presented. Several initiatives taken from ICAR on AI and its applications are summarized with key recommendations.
In: Udink ten Cate AJ, Martin-Couaire R, Dijkhuizen AA, Lokhorst C (eds) 2nd IFAC/IFIP/EurAgEng Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture, Wageningen, The Netherlands, May 29–31, pp 277–281Google Scholar. FAO (1970) Drainage of heavy soils. Irrigation and Drainage Paper 6. FAO, RomeGoogle Scholar.
The field of artificial intelligence with its rigorous learning capabilities have become a key technique for solving different agriculture related problems. Systems are being developed to assist the agricultural experts for better solutions throughout the world. This literature survey covers 100 important contributions where artificial intelligent techniques were employed to encounter the challenges related to agriculture.
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. A means of determining the optimal temperature for cultivation of a cucumber crop in a greenhouse is presented. Alexander J Udink ten Cate. The optimal temperature is derived from a comparison with a standard temperature regime and is selected on the basis of two criteria: (1) expected income from an early crop and (2) heating costs.
Modern Agriculture faces tremendous challenges
Modern Agriculture faces tremendous challenges. Feeding a growing world population asks for continuous increases in food production, but arable land remains a limited resource.
While artificial intelligence in agriculture presents many opportunities, there are some inherent challenges, writes .
While artificial intelligence in agriculture presents many opportunities, there are some inherent challenges, writes Syngenta's Joseph Byrum. The principle of artificial intelligence is one where a machine can perceive its environment, and through a certain capacity of flexible rationality, take action to address a specified goal related to that environment. Machine learning is when this same machine, according to a specified set of protocols, improves in its ability to address problems and goals related to the environment as the statistical nature of the data it receives increases.
Udink ten Cate, . Martin-Clouaire, . Fensel, . Benjamins, . Motta, . andWielinga, . 1999, UPML - a framework for knowledge reuse, in: Th. Dean (e. : Proc. IJCAI–99, Stockholm, Morgan Kaufman Publ. Fox, . Chionglo, .
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Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach introduces basic ideas in artificial intelligence from the perspective of building intelligent agents, which the authors define as "anything that can be viewed as perceiving its environment through sensors and acting upon the environment through.
Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach introduces basic ideas in artificial intelligence from the perspective of building intelligent agents, which the authors define as "anything that can be viewed as perceiving its environment through sensors and acting upon the environment through effectors. This textbook is up-to-date and is organized using the latest principles of good textbook design. It includes historical notes at the end of every chapter, exercises, margin notes, a bibliography, and a competent index.
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, and Smart Machines are part of the terminology that we see around frequently in headlines and that have become part of our daily conversations. Let's have a closer look at each of them. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, and Smart Machines are part of the terminology that we see around frequently in headlines and that have become part of our daily conversations. Artificial Intelligence (AI). Artificial Intelligence is a wonderful mix of computer science, philosophy, psychology, linguistics, and other areas. When these disciplines are put together, and are embedded into software and hardware, they can be used to perform tasks that would normally require a certain degree of human intelligence.