The Green Revolution, which began in the year 1960, has now reached a new era. India has been constantly making progress in the field of agricultural technology. But so far only one third of all Indian farmers have adopted advanced technology. The Government believes that if all farmers use advanced technologies, India can become one of the world’s leading producers of foodgrain and other agricultural products. At the same time, it will have an impact on employment generation in the country. Advanced and future technologies are likely to increase farmers’ income, a reason why the Central Government is working on it. One such technology is ‘Artificial Intelligence’ (AI).
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