Participants pose for photos during a seminar on Artificial Intelligence and Livestock Production at Sheikh Kamal Bhaban of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Agargaon in Dhaka on Thursday. — Press release

A seminar titled ‘Usage of Artificial Intelligence in Livestock Production’ was held in the conference room of the ASVM Faculty at Sheikh Kamal Bhaban on the Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University campus at Agargaon in Dhaka on Thursday, said a press release on Saturday.

The Animal Production and Management Department, in collaboration with Adorsho Pranisheba Limited, organised the seminar.

Vice-chancellor of the university professor Md Shahidur Rashid Bhuiyan was present as chief guest at the programme, while treasurer professor Md Nazrul Islam and Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine faculty dean professor Lam Ya Asad were present.

Associate professor of Charles Sturt University, Australia Asad Kabir and Adorsho Pranisheba head of operations Rezaul Alam Reza presented papers at the seminar.

At the seminar, they discussed the opportunities and advantages of using artificial intelligence in livestock production in the country.

They highlighted the importance of using modern and smart technologies to prepare for the fourth industrial revolution.

They also emphasised in-depth research, usage of new technologies and spreading them among farmers.

They said that the use of artificial intelligence and modern technology in agriculture should also be increased.

Using artificial intelligence, the symptoms of sick animals will be known 48 hours before they appear, feed management will be easier for cattle and the exact time of cattle breeding will be known.

Artificial Intelligence will reduce cattle treatment costs, increase income and reduce labour costs.

Animal Production and Management Department chairman professor Md Saiful Islam presided over the programme, conducted by assistant professors Enayet Kabir and Falguni Dadak.

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