No Soil. No Growing Seasons. Just Add Water and Technology.
Hydroponic farms, create precise growing conditions using technological advances like machine-learning algorithms, data analytics, and proprietary software systems to coax customized flavors and textures from fruits and vegetables.
The farms are staffed by a new breed of young farmers who wear lab coats instead of overalls and prefer computers to tractors.
These Hydroponic farms are 100 times as productive as traditional ones and use 95 percent less water.
This Ethics And Governance Of AI For Health report endorses a set of key ethical principles. WHO hopes that these principles will be used as a basis for governments, technology developers, companies, civil society, and inter-governmental organizations to adopt ethical approaches to the appropriate use of AI for health.
The six principles are:
Protecting human autonomy
Promoting human well-being and safety and the public interest
Ensuring transparency, explainability, and intelligibility
Fostering responsibility and accountability
Ensuring inclusiveness and equity
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