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AI-powered app lets farmers chat with their cows


The free AI-powered app Tambero.com, which launched Wednesday will allow farmers to “communicate” with their cattle using only a smartphone.

The app, which is powered by Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence(AI), works across all platforms and all manner of smartphones, from the earliest generation to the latest, on desktop and laptop to afford users the most flexibility possible, RT reported.

Tambero.com’s main goal is sharing best agricultural practices around the world to improve dairy production and, as a direct consequence, the lives of farmers in some of the poorest countries in the world.

AI-powered bots assess the animals’ condition based on a number of inputs, and interact with farmers, reminding them about vaccination and feeding times, and gestation periods, in addition to providing additional tips and information to improve the overall health of the herd.

The app, for now, operates via text input only, but an update due later this year will allow for voice commands, effectively allowing farmers to engage with their herds like never before.

Questions can include: “How are you feeling?” or “are you hungry?” and “when was your last vaccination?”, reports El Argentino.

“It is the next step in technological evolution,” the application’s founder and creator, Eddie Rodríguez Von Der Becke, said, as cited by Cadena 3.

In the initial testing phase of the app, farmers around the world reported up to a three-fold increase in daily milk production.

“With the help of Microsoft, we came up with the idea to create one artificial intelligence that analyzes human language and connect it with another that analyzes animal behaviour,” he added.

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“Over half the world’s population does not yet have access to the internet, which means connectivity is a global challenge that requires a creative solution,” Peggy Johnson, executive vice president of business development at Microsoft, said in a statement.

“By using today’s technology and working with local business-owners that best understand the needs of their communities, our hope is to create sustainable solutions that will last for years to come,” she added.

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