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REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki MOSCOW Russia's deputy foreign minister said on Tuesdays that relations with the United States were at their lowest ebb since the Cold War, but hoped they could improve under U.S. President Donald Trump. Russia will analyze Trump's debut address to Congress later on Tuesday for signs of any change in the U.S. stance, Sergei Ryabkov told parliament in Moscow. "It will be important to analyze those signals and approaches which will be a part of Trump's first appearance as the head of a superpower," the RIA news agency quoted Ryabkov as saying. "It would be desirable to believe that changes in Washington will create a window of opportunity for an improvement of a dialogue between our countries." In Washington, Trump's opponents accuse him of already getting too close to Moscow. A U.S. congressional committee is investigating contacts between Trump's election campaign and Russia to see if there were any inappropriate communications. Relations between the two nuclear powers are strained over a number of issues, including Ukraine, the war in Syria, and relations with Iran. Ryabkov said Russia had not discussed with Washington the sanctions imposed over the annexation of Crimea, but said it would be easier for to work with the United States on the Syria crisis if they were lifted. "We did not discuss and we do not discuss criteria for the lifting of sanctions.
Harry Hall, managing partner of Hall Hunter Partnership, which supplies strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries to visit the site customers including of Marks & Spencer and Waitrose, told the National Farmers Union conference in Birmingham this week that he thinks robotic picking machines, which use 3D cameras and sensors to automatically gauge when fruit is ready before picking and grading it ready for shipment, are not yet economically viable. But a change in the flow of workers from the EU could soon change that. If Theresa May decides in 2019 thats it, youre on your own, that would radically impact my approach to robots. I would have 500 robots in two years and probably spend 5m on it. Some farmers say Andrea Leadsom is overoptimistic about the role of robots on farms. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images Robots Hall has seen pick at about a third of the speed of a human. However, their financial appeal lies in the fact that they can pick all day and all night. Simon Blackmore, head of robotics and automation at Harper Adams University, a specialist agricultural establishment in Shropshire, says: No new technology is needed; it is just a case of getting on with it. It could be two or three years away. We can just start to build these things. He thinks smaller-scale machines, such as laser weeders and drones, will have broader appeal than large-scale harvesting and sowing technology on farms today. But he admits that established producers of agricultural machinery are not keen to invest in hi-tech gadgets that may disrupt their existing businesses.
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