Particularly in wealthy nations, the agriculture sector is facing disruptive technological advancements. Although adoption is increasing slowly in developing nations, it is however increasing. Agriculture is more profitable for farmers when it is practised properly. A proactive approach to farming is made possible by having access to site-specific data, weather forecasts, and yield predictions. A combination of technologies enables simple, accurate, and quick farm operations. With the introduction of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, sensors, and automated systems, modern agriculture has made it possible for even farmers to work from home. Emerging trends in agriculture indicate a shift towards intelligent farming and the effective use of time and resources while minimising crop losses. An emerging idea called “smart farming” applies artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision, and Internet of Things (IoT) to farming.