Global population is expected to reach more than 9 billion by 2050 which will require an increase in agricultural production by 70% to fulfil the demand. Only about 105 of this increased production may come from the availability of unused lands and the rest of 90% should be fulfilled by intensification of current production. In this context use of the latest technological solutions to make farming more efficient, remains one of the greatest necessities. In the future, a farmer’s skills will increasingly be a mix of technology and biological skills rather than pure agricultural. The importance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in agriculture can be applied cross-disciplinarity and it can also bring a revolution in the farming trend than what we are seeing today. AI-powered solutions will not only enable farmers to do more with less, but they will also improve quality and ensure a faster go-to-market for crops.