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The fourth industrial revolution in agriculture / by Sebastiaan Nijhuis and Iris Herrmann

By: Nijhuis, Sebastiaan.
Contributor(s): Herrmann, Iris.
Series: Strategy + Business.Publisher: USA, PWC Edition: no. 98, Spring 2020.Description: Online article.Subject(s): Primary industry | Primary production | Farming | Information technologyOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Examines future challenges to agriculture and the technologies being developed to face them. Advises eight technologies, such as AI, blockchain and drones, are set to increase yields, lower costs and reduce environmental impact. Suggest that despite global population growth and other pressures, agriculture companies can feed the planet better than ever.
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Examines future challenges to agriculture and the technologies being developed to face them. Advises eight technologies, such as AI, blockchain and drones, are set to increase yields, lower costs and reduce environmental impact. Suggest that despite global population growth and other pressures, agriculture companies can feed the planet better than ever.

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