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A global perspective on agribusiness
and agricultural development
16 October 2019

DOSSIER

Artificial intelligence in agriculture

The ability of agricultural equipment to think, predict and advise farmers via a variety of AI apps could help to transform agriculture worldwide.

Analysis
Smart farming with AI

Field report
Digital imaging of agriculture in Africa

Field report
Monitoring livestock with machine learning

SMART-TECH & INNOVATION

Digital savings delivers financial inclusion

A new mobile app is enabling smallholders to save money to invest in agricultural production, build up interest on their savings, and apply for loans.

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AGRI-FOOD SYSTEMS

Model farming for market-oriented production

A training centre in Kenya is providing technical advice on best practices and encouraging market research to help farmers achieve year-round production and increased incomes.

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OPINION

With the increase in big data, is smart farming ethical?



Smarter farming is a moral imperative, and big data provides the tools
Brian King, CGIAR


Codes of conduct: providing an ethical approach to big data in agriculture
Foteini Zampati, data rights research specialist, KTBL

Preventing asymmetric technological and economic use of big data
Pascal Bonnet, Émile Faye and Mathieu Roche, CIRAD


Distributed ledger technology for enhanced data privacy
Genevieve Leveille, CEO, AgriLedger


Leaving no one behind in the era of big data-enabled smart farming
Hermann Fumilayo Messan, agricultural economist

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SPORE N° 194 | September - November 2019

Digitalising extension - Smart Advisory Services for Farmers


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