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Forget the plow: Robots and facial recognition for cows will be essential tools on the digital farm

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Forget the plow: Robots and facial recognition for cows will be essential tools on the digital farm

Digitized farms are the wave of the future, with robots and facial recognition software for cows as essential as tractors and plows.

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