Bill Gates Calls for Farmers to Be Replaced with ‘Smart Farming’ AI Technology

Billionaire Bill Gates is calling for governments to advance artificial intelligence-driven “smart farming” technology to replace human farmers around the world.

Gates made the call during his recent tour of India where he observed experiments of the AI tech being put into practice.

As Slay News reported, Gates has been meeting with Indian political leaders, government officials, scientists, “philanthropists,” and other globalists to discuss his ongoing technology experiments in the country.

During his trip, Gates praised the tyrannical digital ID system that has been rolled out for the general public in India.

After introducing the program nationwide, Indian citizens are now required to use their digital ID in order to access basic services.

While the IDs are not mandatory, people are essentially locked out of society if they refuse to comply with the technology.

The system has set off alarm bells in the free world as many believe the Indian experiment could soon spread to Western nations, as it already has done in Australia.

However, Microsoft co-founder Gates, who is no stranger to conducting experiments in third-world nations, is hailing the scheme as an “inspiration” that other countries should follow.

Meanwhile, Gates has also been impressed by India’s experiments to replace farmers with AI technology.

This week, Gates published a blog stating that, alongside digital IDs, AI-driven “smart farming” is a “inspiration” that must be incorporated by other nations.

Gates met with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during the trip.

They specifically discussed how the world’s “biggest democracy” has managed to implement digital IDs and “smart farming.”

 “We had a great conversation about how the Gates Foundation can continue to support India’s goals on digital technology, women-led development, and innovation in agriculture, health, and climate change,” Gates wrote about the hour’s discussion he had with Modi.

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After pushing his digital ID system in his blog post, Gates continued by promoting what he calls “smart farming” in India.

“I got to see India’s DPI in action when I toured an agricultural monitoring center in Bhubaneswar,” he said.

“At this facility, government agriculture experts send advice and real-time updates to 6.5 million farmers via phone.

“The Gates Foundation supports a lot of work on agriculture in India, so I was excited to attend a learning session in New Delhi on Thursday with experts on livestock and crops.

“I learned about the latest innovations in artificial insemination, buffalo breeding, climate-smart seeds, and much more,” he added.

However, while the technology’s developers are currently working with farmers, the long-term plan is not to “help” human farmers as Gates is suggesting.

Gates is not “supporting” work on agriculture for the benefit of farmers or the population at large.

He is taking control of the food supply across the world, including India, for his benefit and the benefit of his collaborators.

The “smart farming” tech seeks to replace farmers, not “help” them.

At the end of 2022, The ETC Group published a report titled “Food Barons 2022 – Crisis Profiteering, Digitalization and Shifting Power.”

The ETC Group report describes how the “Food Barons” are introducing a suite of new technologies and “techno-fixes” that are conceived and designed to entrench corporate control over food and agriculture even further.

“Tech giants are becoming prime players in food, handling the data, networking, and AI that undergirds the newly digitized food chain,” The ETC Group wrote introducing its report.

In the report, The ETC Group describes the “dream farm” of the technocrats.

It is a “farm of one,” where technology does all the work and rakes in the profits, as noted in the report:

The push from Gates comes amid a war on food that seeks to take control of the farming industry.

As Slay News recently reported, this push is now extending beyond the agriculture industry as globalists now seek to ban members of the public from growing their own food.

READ MORE – WEF Pushes Ban on Home-Grown Food to ‘Fight Climate Change’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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