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Burke hosts AI in farming event

Burke hosts AI in farming event

By Scout Nelson

The South Dakota Farm Bureau (SDFB) is set to host an engaging session on the impact of Artificial Intelligence in agriculture. This event will take place in Burke, S.D., on June 25, 2024, at the Burke Community Building.

The evening will start at 6:30 p.m. with a complimentary meal, followed by an insightful presentation by Austin O’Brien, an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Dakota State University (DSU).

Professor O’Brien, who is actively involved in teaching subjects like Algorithm Design, Analysis, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning, will share his expertise.

DSU is recognized nationally for its pioneering work on integrating Artificial Intelligence within the agricultural sector. This session will highlight how local farmers and ranchers are leveraging AI technology to enhance agricultural practices.

The event, part of the SDFB Summer Event Series organized by the county Farm Bureaus in District 7, is aimed at providing farmers and ranchers educational opportunities that allow access to leading experts and industry insights.

These events are open to the public and encourage community members to engage with innovative agricultural technologies.

The SDFB operates across seven geographical districts, each managed by an elected district director who plays a crucial role on the state Board of Directors. For additional information about the event, interested individuals can contact Lowell Mesman on 605-280-1319.

This gathering serves as a learning platform and a venue for local agricultural enthusiasts to discuss and share ideas on the integration of advanced technologies in farming.

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