Planting The Seeds of A Robot Revolution: How Autonomous Systems are Integrating Into Precision Agriculture

Precision agriculture aims to increase the efficiency of agricultural production. Robotic solutions offer an option to reducing dependence on human labor – but these technologies often create more issues than they solve. Agriculture robots can replace some – but not all – human labor in agriculture....

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