University of Wisconsin virtual dairy farm uses AI to improve farm management

The multidisciplinary team will use artificial intelligence to more accurately predict the outcome of various management options. Pic: UWMadisonCALS

The University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) has started a two-year “virtual dairy farm brain” project that will use artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze data in real time helping dairy farmers improve their management decisions.

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