“The automation of agriculture is upon us. There are already dozens of robots churning around the countryside—chopping, weeding, digging, and pot-moving—and, in the future, there’ll likely be many more. Dozens of companies are working automated farm machines that reduce costs, extend harvesting periods, and improve safety, or so they say.”
Not all of these developments lead to improvements in agricultural practice, but some certainly do.
See on Scoop.it – Cultibotics