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Friday, October 18 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
AI in agriculture: What stands in the way? FULL

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Over the next decade, expected advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) will hold a considerable potential to benefit the global food system and agricultural supply chains. However, not all supply chain echelons; infrastructures, processes and geographies, present conducive environments for AI integration and efficiency gains.

Constraints such as insufficient, inadequate or otherwise scarce technological apparatuses (e.g. sensors, broadband internet), human capital (e.g. technological literacy), financial capital, cultural factors, or operational standardizations (e.g. processes, data) limit the space for near-term AI deployment.

In this workshop we will build on the findings of a new CGIAR – Cambridge University experts' survey, and we will use Ishikawa Diagrams to map barriers and barriers removal options, in developing/developed countries, and small/large farms – for AI integration.

Participants should expect a dynamic exercise of problem-mapping and problem-solving around the integration of advanced technologies for global food security.

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Asaf Tzachor

Lead Researcher for Global Food Security, University of Cambridge

Friday October 18, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm GMT+05
Breakout 6 (Great Lakes) ICRISAT-HQ