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I spend a lot of time listening to Folks of ALL walks on a Dailey Basis... Here is what I have been able to gather... There are a lot of people hurting out there Seriously, the CLIMATE that our Country is in... (just turn on the local news) is a trickle down to our SAFE Zone... out our back door. Here is a article I was reading... Why Is America So Depressed? January 3, 2020 3:11 PM Read full article IT’S NO COINCIDENCE THAT OUR POLITICS AND OUR MENTAL HEALTH HAVE DECLINED SO RAPIDLY, AT THE SAME TIME. Everyone has his or her own definition of a political crisis. Mine is when our collective mental health starts having a profound effect on our politics — and vice versa. There is a MIRACLE CURE.... Called p.com time... SPEND at least 15 minutes a day on the NEW Paulding.com interacting with your neighbors in your COUNTY! Thanks for reading I Promise you will feel better! Caped
To ANY Paulding County Officials that Can/Will Answer This Question. Business for the FUTURE for Paulding County Georgia to plan for our future. or ANY Artificial Intelligence Technology Companie(s) Do we in Paulding County Georgia have any HOPES/AMBITIONS to let a program like this take hold our County? here is the article that prompted the question... Feed the world: How the USDA is using data and AI to address a critical need. Farmers around the world are facing the urgent question of how to sustainably feed a global population expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050 — and the answer, in part, might be found nestled among the cornstalks and soybeans on a farm a short distance from Washington, D.C. The fields are outfitted with a network of high-tech sensors that could revolutionize how food is grown across the globe by putting data in the hands of farmers and scientists in ways unimaginable a few years ago. The sensors are part of a groundbreaking new partnership between Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The 7,000-acre farm at the USDA’s Beltsville Agricultural Research Center in Maryland is using FarmBeats, a project that aims to harness data and artificial intelligence to help farmers cut costs, increase yields and sustainably grow crops that are more resilient to climate change. READ the Entire story here
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