There has to be greater recognition that skilled health workers are truly the backbone of a healthy world and a prerequisite to any enduring improvements in human well being. We need more nurses to walk the halls of the clinics and to deliver life-saving vaccines. We need more doctors to help communities recognize an outbreak, sound the alarm, and help mount the response. We need more midwives to deliver happy, healthy babies to happy, healthy new moms.”
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From this “Future of Food” series, Digital Trends explores the use of machine learning technology in agriculture. FarmView, a new research project by Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute, is attempting to incorporate new technologies, such as machine learning and drones, into everyday farming practices. The researchers believe that by doing so, not only would we be able to produce more food, and better quality food, but we would also save a lot of wasted resources that comes with current day agricultural practices.
We’re not doing this to replace people. What we’re doing is to introduce new technologies that can make farmers more efficient at what they do, and allow them to use fewer resources to do it…”
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