The CGIAR Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Bananas team won US$100,000 grant to refine a mobile application that uses artificial intelligence to diagnose crop diseases.
This new app will...
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Learn about the possibility of using ICTs to combat illegal logging
Review some Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) that have been used elsewhere
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UNESCO is pleased to announce that it will partner with ITU, the United Nations specialized agency for ICTs, to organize...
The 5th of December 2017 marks the World Soil Day and the Global Soil Partnership has dedicated the following theme, “Caring for the Planet starts from the Ground”. This motivated me to think about...
The Indian Economic Times reports that Indian agriculture is set to benefit from adopting Israeli technology. In India, agriculture is facing various challenges such as lower productivity, erratic...
Starting today (December 1) Agrilinks is inviting experts and implementers in ICT4Ag to share best practices, promising innovations and their thoughts on the future of ICT4Ag.
In the sidelines of the 6th EU-Africa Business Forum, held in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire the Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation (CTA) panel led by CTA Director Michael Hailu affirmed...
The Agricultural Development and Value Chain Enhancement II (ADVANCE II) case study is part of a series of case studies by the USAID to highlight how digital technologies are integrated into...
What has ICTs to do with climate change? Malcolm Johnson the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Deputy Secretary General, answers this question in the published news items coinciding with...
As the curtain comes down at COP23 in Bonn, Germany we await take-aways that could impact on farmers. What climate smart solutions really work for farmers?
The publication ‘Climate Solutions that...