Wazihub, Microsoft, Zindi launch IoT competition for data scientists

Wednesday 7 August 2019 | 12:40 CET | News
Africa's Wazihub and Microsoft, in collaboration with Zindi, have partnered on a competition for data scientists to build machine learning models that predict soil moisture that can help farmers efficiently manage water usage, ITWeb reported. The objective is to create a machine learning model capable of predicting soil humidity for an agricultural plot, which will allow farmers to prepare their irrigation schedules optimally and efficiently.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Africa
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