Government aims to sow 'tech revolution in agriculture' with £90m funding boost

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Greg Clark announced the funding in a speech to farmers earlier
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Greg Clark announced the funding in a speech to farmers earlier

Business Secretary Greg Clark announces backing for UK agri-food innovation in robotics, AI and data science to boost farming supply chain resilience and productivity

The government has thrown its weight behind farming sector innovation in AI, robotics, and data science, announcing £90m of funding to help spur a "tech revolution in agriculture" designed to boost food...

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