In recent years, the use of artificial intelligence technologies have been important allies in monitoring native vegetation and controlling deforestation. In addition to producing data with greater precision, they also contribute to the transparency of data obtained by scientists.
More recently, specialists have also focused on the relationship between the use of these technologies and the support and valorization of the preserved forest, helping in the traceability of production chains and management of preserved areas.
The topic was widely debated during the Espaço da Bioeconomia, during the 43rd Agricultural Exhibition of Amazonas, held from December 9th to 12th, in Manaus. During the event, developers studied ways to expand the dialogue between local communities, helping with their production demands.
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