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Agro-industry: giant greenhouse with artificial intelligence


The Ecoculture company will build the fourth stage of a greenhouse complex for the production of tomatoes and cucumbers in the Bobrovsky district of the Voronezh region. The area of the new greenhouse will be 40 hectares, and investments in the project will amount to 15 billion rubles. This will complete the implementation of the investment project launched in 2018 to create Europe's largest modern greenhouse facility. To date, three stages of greenhouses with a total area of 60 hectares and a cost of 20 billion rubles have been put into operation. The production processes in greenhouses are controlled by a central computer that controls the air temperature and carbon dioxide content in the room, regulates watering, supplementary lighting, fertilizing with minerals, and ventilation.

Ukraine says 'karma is a cruel thing' following fire at Russian ammo depot, explosions along border

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Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on A Ukrainian presidential adviser said Wednesday that "karma is a cruel thing" after a Russian ammo depot burst into flames and explosions were heard along provinces bordering the war-torn country. Mykhailo Podolyak made the remark after a Russian official said a fire was extinguished at the ammo depot in the Belgorod region. The border provinces of Kursk and Voronezh also reported fresh explosions Wednesday, with officials there claiming to have intercepted Ukrainian drones, according to Reuters.

Scientists teach neural network to identify a writer's gender


A team of researchers from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, the National Research Center Kurchatov Institute and the Voronezh State University has developed a new learning algorithm that allows a neural network to identify a writer's gender by the written text on a computer with up to 80 percent accuracy. This is a new development in the field of computational linguistics. The research was funded by a Russian Science Foundation grant. The findings were published in the Procedia Computer Science journal. Many scientific studies show that writing style can reflect certain characteristics of a writer – gender, physiological personality traits, and level of education.