Agriculture has its first artificial intelligence advisor thanks to Farmers Business Network

The use of artificial intelligence is growing, and Farmers Business Network has a new helper on staff to assist with all things growing.

It is called “norm” and is an artificial intelligence database filled with all things agriculture. You can ask “norm” a question and it pulls answers from public data highlighting weather insights, soil monitoring, as well as animal health and product usage questions.

Like any other artificial intelligence programs, you should not rely on it for real agronomic guidance, but it can give you a running start on most topics.

If you would like to check it out, click HERE.

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