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Mexican researchers create smart garden to reduce ecological footprint and ensure food consumption

Mexican researchers have created an urban garden that uses artificial intelligence to care for plants, reduce the ecological footprint, and ensure food consumption in large cities.

The garden, located in the Science Museum of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (Universum) in Mexico City, is monitored by software that sends information about the requirements of each plant to the "cloud" to keep them in optimal conditions.

"With the help of multinational technology company Microsoft, the garden has been engineered with sensors embedded in the ground that alert us to the needs of each plant, and cameras have also been installed . . .

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