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The major applications of artificial intelligence in agriculture often fall within one of the following three categories: Agricultural robots, drones, planes, and satellites. The UN estimates that food production needs to increase by approximately 70% while accounting for food security and managing environmental impact. Agricultural robots are frequently used for tasks such as the harvesting of crops and weed control. Automation can help in maintaining crop production rates even during a shortage of labor. Aerial data collected by planes, planes and satellites proves useful in analyzing agricultural conditions.