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     The fourth, the current industrial revolution, continues to reshape the agricultural industry. Within the parameters of agricultural technology (AgriTech) and artificial intelligence (AI), there has been an elevated focus on data-driven analytical techniques to make the sector more efficient, productive, and profitable. Agricultural stakeholders (academics, Agri-preneurs, farmers, innovators, and practitioners) are motivated by these fluid advances and developments within AgriTech for rural purposes and the direction that future agricultural operations will go. 

     As the global population increases exponentially, the global demand for agricultural production has also multiplied. Arable land and water are integral to food production, intensifying the issue as the world’s natural resources are finite. Clever options are immediately needed to address this concern. This urgency is further exacerbated by deforestation, whether for legitimate farming or driven by unbridled greed. Regardless of the reason, deforestation irretrievably affects the world’s most significant natural repository of carbon into the atmosphere. Unnecessary logging heightens the threat of global warming, exacerbating exigency to find working solutions and sustainable innovation for the industry. Current agricultural production and productivity require attention for achievable sustainability. 

     One way to attain increased farming efficiency and proficiency is to utilize innovative Agri-tech technology. While maintaining environmental sustainability, Agri-Tech reduces waste and initiates greater profitability. Farmers have the opportunity on all levels to engage with Agri-tech industries, innovators, and providers to provide them with support systems and technology networks. They can precisely action, advise, and monitor, in real-time and position, the perfect, custom-made technological goods and services     

     To achieve this, farmers have the opportunity to engage with AgriTech industries, innovators, and providers. These provide them with the technology and support systems that can precisely action, advise, and monitor at the right time and place. They have the correct technological goods and services specific to their respective agricultural models, crop epidemiology, or market development. The preciseness of the operation optimizes control and functionality based on algorithms and probability. These innovations include satellite temerity that tracks data parallel to existing geo-referenced digitization and mapping, sensor data, and automated data-processing systems usually located in the cloud. 

     This growth industry has morphed from being traditionally manual and laborious to becoming an automated, self-calibrating model sensitive to their environments. Historically, intuition and the adage of a “red sky in the morning” have successfully guided farmers. Today, Smartphone applications have become a critical interface in precision agriculture between the farmer and the cloud. These applications not only visualize control parameters but also suggest possible actions. They also follow the farmer’s reaction to AI intervention. To how the farmer proceeds with the suggestions on fertilization, irrigation, production, and farming. Whether the ignominy of AI assistance, mainly automated and indifferent, will affect the psyche of the atypical farmer. To their generational inheritance or a cognitive career choice, purposeful to be at one with nature and not attuned to AI and the internet.

     Precision farming is a promising approach to farming. It is an accomplice to AgriTech. Both are invaluable innovations that can seriously address the increasing global demand for agricultural products harvested from a finite source. AI provides real-time answers to age-old issues and real-time data on farm-related problems such as crops, irrigation, soil, weather. Instead, machine-learning algorithms enable better profitability and productivity while being aware of conservation, the environment, and global warming. 

     Ultimately, the goal of AI and precision farming with AgriTech is to maximize profit and yield while minimizing water consumption and the usage of fertilizers. This increases available arable land in an automated, efficient, and precise manner. YouTap has already developed applications that are involved with precision farming. They continue to advance and develop their algorithms to be at the forefront of technology, whether in AgriTech or FinTech. So, from precision farming to FinTech solutions, YouTap continues to be at the cutting edge of tomorrow’s world. 

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