Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

Know more about the technology transforming agriculture

KhetiBuddy’s AI and ML applications enables the agribusinesses’ with a key tech component for adoption of better and efficient farming practices. AI and ML can help crops yield and quality more efficiently than ever before, owing to its ability to optimize resources, predict weather patterns, and identify pests or diseases early on.

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Agriculture is a critical part of the global economy, but it's also one of the most challenging sectors to operate in. Agriculture is challenged by the growth of the global population at an alarming rate, and with it the demand for food.

It's estimated that we'll need to produce 70% more food by 2050 to meet the needs of the world's population. Farmers are under constant pressure to produce more food with fewer resources, and they often don't have access to the latest technology or information while they face increasing competition from abroad and rising production costs.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) can help farmers overcome these challenges. It can help increase crop yields while reducing production costs at farm level. Our algorithms use real-time data and visualize analytics to improve predictions about which crops will thrive and where pests are likely to appear. We also develop optimized pesticide mixes to be applied only where needed, reducing waste and environmental impact. With our algorithms' ability to identify pests and disease using image processing and recognition framework, farmers/growers can get immediate actionable advice for limiting crop losses. It also connects them with advisors for further assistance.

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Applications of AI and ML for Agriculture

Traditional methods are no longer enough to handle huge food demand, which is driving farmers and agri-based companies to find newer ways to increase production and reduce input and output waste. As a result, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is steadily emerging as part of the agri industry’s tech evolution. There’s no doubt that crop yields and quality are more efficient now than they were centuries, or even decades ago with the help of AI. We’ll take a look at some of the most promising AI/ML use-cases for agriculture:
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Artificial intelligence
Artificial Intelligence

Proprietary AI algorithm for agribusiness

High data granularity
Reduce crop losses
Combat climate change
Machine Learning
Machine Learning

High performance computing for agriculture

Optimizing farming practices
Data-driven decision making
Yield forecast and estimation
Mitigate crop deficiencies

FAQs on AI/ML for Agriculture

Our AI/ML modules are trained with a credible secondary and primary database upon which we run the algorithm to create actionable insights and inputs for improving farming practices. This model can be trained for any crops provided that sufficient database (includes images) is available with you to provide high accuracy. KhetiBuddy does not take any responsibility or liability for variances in output in such cases, however we will provide support and guidance in order to help you train the model with right inputs.
The three most popular applications of AI in agriculture are:

Precision agriculture:
using AI to analyze data from sensors, drones, and other sources to optimize crop production, reduce waste, and improve resource efficiency.

Agricultural robotics:
using AI to develop autonomous robots and machines for tasks such as planting, harvesting, and crop monitoring.

Crop and livestock monitoring:
using AI to analyze data from satellite imagery, cameras, and sensors to monitor crop growth and health, detect pests and diseases, and monitor the health and well-being of livestock.
The impact of AI on agriculture can be significant, including:

Increased productivity:
AI can help farmers optimize their operations, improve decision-making, and increase efficiency, resulting in higher yields and greater profitability.

Improved sustainability:
AI can help farmers reduce their environmental impact by improving resource management, reducing waste, and promoting sustainable practices.

Better crop quality:
AI can help farmers monitor crops more effectively, detect issues early, and take corrective action, resulting in better crop quality and higher yields.

Improved animal welfare:
AI can help farmers monitor animal health and behavior, detect issues early, and take preventive action, resulting in improved animal welfare.

Enhanced food safety:
AI can help identify potential risks in the food supply chain, such as contamination or spoilage, and help prevent outbreaks of foodborne illness.

Reduced labor costs:
AI can automate repetitive or time-consuming tasks, such as monitoring crops or livestock, reducing the need for manual labor and potentially lowering labor costs.

Overall, the use of AI in agriculture has the potential to improve efficiency, productivity, and sustainability, leading to greater food security and economic growth in rural communities.
In India, AI is being used in agriculture in several ways, including:

Crop monitoring:
AI-powered drones and satellite imagery are being used to monitor crop health and identify areas that require attention, such as irrigation or pest control.

Weather forecasting:
AI is being used to provide farmers with accurate weather forecasts, enabling them to plan their operations and reduce the risk of crop failure.

Pest and disease detection:
AI is being used to detect pests and diseases early, allowing farmers to take timely action and minimize crop damage.

Soil analysis:
AI-powered sensors are being used to analyze soil health and provide farmers with insights into fertilization and irrigation.

Market analysis:
AI is being used to provide farmers with real-time information on market prices, helping them make informed decisions about crop selection and pricing.

Farm automation:
AI-powered robots and machines are being used to automate repetitive tasks such as seeding, weeding, and harvesting, reducing the need for manual labor and potentially lowering labor costs.

Overall, the use of AI in Indian agriculture has the potential to improve productivity, reduce costs, and promote sustainable farming practices, helping to address the country's food security challenges and supporting rural economic development.
AI is used in agriculture in various ways, such as crop monitoring, weather forecasting, pest and disease detection, soil analysis, market analysis, and farm automation. The use of AI in agriculture benefits several stakeholders, including:

AI helps farmers improve productivity, reduce costs, and increase efficiency, resulting in higher yields and greater profitability.

AI helps ensure food safety and quality by detecting contamination, spoilage, and other potential risks in the food supply chain.

AI helps agribusinesses make data-driven decisions and reduce risk, improving operational efficiency and profitability.

AI helps governments monitor and regulate agricultural practices, ensuring compliance with environmental and food safety standards.

The environment:
AI helps promote sustainable farming practices by reducing resource waste and minimizing environmental impact.

Overall, the use of AI in agriculture benefits various stakeholders and contributes to the goal of achieving sustainable, productive, and profitable agriculture.