Dr. Derrick Deslandes, President of the College of Agriculture, Science, and Education (CASE), emphasized the pivotal role of technology, particularly AI, in agricultural progress. Speaking at a gathering of students and stakeholders during a science and technology symposium hosted by CASE, Dr. Deslandes highlighted the potential of AI and robotics in reshaping the agricultural landscape.

Encouraging students to leverage technology decisively, Dr. Deslandes pointed to the integration of robots and AI in countries such as South Korea, where they have become integral to the workforce. This message was part of a larger discourse on the significance of embracing technological advancements, discussed as part of the Science and Technology Month activities in November.

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