As climate breakdown makes farming an evermore unstable and unpredictable industry, technology is developing ways to maximise the efficiency of agriculture. This episode we look at how internet enabled devices, machine learning, and artificial intelligence are being used to improve farming practices in Australia.
Dan Ramp, associate professor in the school of life sciences at the University of Technology Sydney.
Peter Ferguson, an oyster farmer in Pambula Lake
Darren Clarke, Chief Operations Officer at The Yield
Moral Mishap, Gridded
Move Slowly, Felix Thoma