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Food and Beverages | Thursday, January 27, 2022
Artificial intelligence has enormous promise in the poultry sector, as various difficulties cannot be resolved without the assistance of machines and robotics
AI can assist in resolving a variety of issues in the poultry sector. Human interference in the farm can cause infection, and in many procedures, automation and robotics can be far more efficient than humans. AI has the potential to significantly minimize error, increase farming efficiency, and optimize farm profit.
Maintenance of Farms
Big Data plays a critical role in enhancing Farm Management methods. Most data in our industry is entered manually, but computers have been employed to keep all of the farm's information in recent years. Numerous factors are gathered, and information is recorded in the form of excel spreadsheets or software. With the aid of Big Data, a vast amount of information may be saved in cloud-based storage spaces and used by machines or robotics to manage aspects like humidity, temperature, and light. Machine Learning is one such technique that will significantly impact how farm management practices evolve in the future. Robotics can be used to monitor many parameters that are critical for Farm Management via Machine Learning. Not only can AI collect these parameters, but it can also process the data and produce the results utilizing data analytics and pre-stored data in the cloud. After processing the data, AI can make rapid decisions, increasing the farm's efficiency.
For instance, robots can be programmed to collect temperature, humidity, and ammonia levels within a farm; this data can then be analyzed and results generated. These findings now enable machines to make their own ventilation decisions. This repetitive process, which is critical for the farm's productivity and profitability, may be controlled efficiently using Machine Learning and Data Analytics. AI will assist in continuously monitoring these behaviors, which may become a highly laborious process for humans to execute.