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Feb. 2024 Forum, Seeds of Change: Exploring AI Solutions for Agriculture Today and Tomorrow

The February 2024 Farm Foundation® Forum, Seeds of Change: Exploring AI Solutions for Agriculture Today and Tomorrow, explores the cutting-edge intersection of artificial intelligence and agriculture. AI technologies are revolutionizing modern farming practices. Discover how AI is reshaping the landscape of agriculture, from precision farming and crop management to sustainable practices and increased productivity. Learn about real-world success stories and gain insights into the tangible benefits that AI is bringing to farms across the globe.

Moderator: Dennis Buckmaster, Ph.D. Professor, Agricultural & Biological Engineering; Dean’s Fellow for Digital Agriculture, Purdue University

Panelists: Jorge Heraud Vice President, Automation and Autonomy, John Deere Claudia Rössler Director, Agriculture in Microsoft’s Cloud for Industry Engineering Team, and Azure Data Manager, Microsoft Jessica Wedow, Ph.D. Executive Director, AI for Future Agricultural Resilience, Management, and Sustainability (AIFARMS), University of Illinois.

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