Launching "PM Kisan AI Chatbot (Kisan E-Mitra)" at Krishi Bhavan by the Union Minister of State of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, it has been said that it will prove to be very effective for resolving the inconveniences caused to the farmers.
Union Minister of State of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Kailash Chaudhary launched AI Chatbot today, which is part of the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana. The inauguration of AI Chatbot is an important step in making the PM-Kisan Yojana more effective and giving a quick, clear and correct answer to the farmers to their questions.
During this time, Minister of State Kailash Chaudhary has said that this important step to connect the agriculture sector with technology is going to bring widespread changes in the lives of farmers. The Minister of State for Agriculture said that Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has called for promoting the use of technology under good rule. The action taken today will be successful in this. The technique of cultivation through drones has the effect, which has attracted young people towards agriculture. This is the reason why new enterprises are starting in India's agriculture sector.
The Union Minister of State of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare has asked the state officials to train farmers to use AI Chatbot. Keep proper monitoring and solve the shortcoming in the initial stages with immediate effect. He laid special emphasis on connecting this exercise with weather, crop loss, soil situation, bank payment etc.
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The purpose of starting AI Chatbot in the PM-farmer grievance management system is to give farmers a smooth and simple platform. AI Chatbot will help farmers to get their application status, payment details, ineligible status and other plan-related updates in the first phase of their development. AI Chatbot has been integrated with a language in the PM-Kisan Mobile app, completing the linguistic and regional diversity of PM-farmer beneficiaries. Actually, currently the chatbot is present in six languages, including English, Hindi, Bengali, Oriya and Tamil Shammilit. Soon it will be available in 22 languages of the country.