D.I.Y. Artificial Intelligence Comes to a Japanese Family Farm

By The New Yorker

August 11, 2017

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Cucumbers

For decades, Makoto Koike’s mother has been sorting cucumbers by hand. Now he is trying to teach a machine to replace her.

Credit: Yagi Studio / Getty

Not much about Makoto Koike’s adult life suggests that he would be a farmer.

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from Communications of the ACM: Artificial Intelligence http://ift.tt/2uvLwjo

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