IBM Launches Watson Tools for Agriculture

IBM is hoping Watson can improve the future of food and crop years as it launched a global version of its cognitive tools for agriculture, ZDNet reports.


Watson Decision Platform for Agriculture aims to combine predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, weather data, and Internet of Things sensors to give farmers insights on plowing, planting, spraying, and harvesting.

In addition, the Watson agriculture suite will include models for crops such as corn, wheat, soy, barley, and potato to name a few. Models will also be tailored for geography.

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