Accelerating Climate Resilient Plant Breeding by Applying Next-Generation Artificial Intelligence

Antoine L. Harfouche, Daniel A. Jacobson, David Kainer, Jonathon C. Romero, Antoine H. Harfouche, Giuseppe Scarascia Mugnozza, Menachem Moshelion, Gerald A. Tuskan, Joost J.B. Keurentjes, Arie Altman

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Abstract

Breeding crops for high yield and superior adaptability to new and variable climates is imperative to ensure continued food security, biomass production, and ecosystem services. Advances in genomics and phenomics are delivering insights into the complex biological mechanisms that underlie plant functions in response to environmental perturbations. However, linking genotype to phenotype remains a huge challenge and is hampering the optimal application of high-throughput genomics and phenomics to advanced breeding. Critical to success is the need to assimilate large amounts of data into biologically meaningful interpretations. Here, we present the current state of genomics and field phenomics, explore emerging approaches and challenges for multiomics big data integration by means of next-generation (Next-Gen) artificial intelligence (AI), and propose a workable path to improvement.

LanguageEnglish
JournalTrends in Biotechnology
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 21 Jun 2019

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Artificial Intelligence
Genomics
Climate
Artificial intelligence
Breeding
Food Supply
Data integration
Biomass
Ecosystems
Crops
Ecosystem
Genotype
Throughput
Phenotype
Plant Breeding

Keywords

  • augmented breeding
  • explainable AI
  • field phenomics
  • genomics
  • next-generation artificial intelligence
  • smart farming

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Harfouche, A. L., Jacobson, D. A., Kainer, D., Romero, J. C., Harfouche, A. H., Scarascia Mugnozza, G., ... Altman, A. (2019). Accelerating Climate Resilient Plant Breeding by Applying Next-Generation Artificial Intelligence. Trends in Biotechnology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tibtech.2019.05.007
Harfouche, Antoine L. ; Jacobson, Daniel A. ; Kainer, David ; Romero, Jonathon C. ; Harfouche, Antoine H. ; Scarascia Mugnozza, Giuseppe ; Moshelion, Menachem ; Tuskan, Gerald A. ; Keurentjes, Joost J.B. ; Altman, Arie. / Accelerating Climate Resilient Plant Breeding by Applying Next-Generation Artificial Intelligence. In: Trends in Biotechnology. 2019.
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