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WEBINAR SUMMARY - Big data & COVID-19: Future food systems (Eps. 6)

WEBINAR SUMMARY – Big data & COVID-19: Future food systems (Eps. 6)

Covid-19, News
The sixth episode of our Discussion Series: Big data solutions to COVID-19 & food security, brought together two panelists to discuss future food systems.
WEBINAR SUMMARY - Big data & COVID-19: Bridging gaps & building resiliency with digital agriculture platforms - Part 2 (Eps. 5)

WEBINAR SUMMARY – Big data & COVID-19: Bridging gaps & building resiliency with digital agriculture platforms – Part 2 (Eps. 5)

Covid-19, News
The fifth episode of our Discussion Series: Big data solutions to COVID-19 & food security, brought together four panelists to discuss bridging gaps and building resiliency with digital agriculture platforms.
Webinar - FAIR Guidelines & Assessment in GARDIAN

Webinar – FAIR Guidelines & Assessment in GARDIAN

A webinar organized by the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture on FAIR data principles and their impact on Open Science.
WEBINAR SUMMARY - Big data & COVID-19: Tools for agile adaptation: Digital extension & advisories (Eps. 3)

WEBINAR SUMMARY – Big data & COVID-19: Tools for agile adaptation: Digital extension & advisories (Eps. 3)

Covid-19, News
The third episode of our Discussion Series: Big data solutions to COVID-19 & food security, brought together four panelists to discuss tools for agile adaptation regarding digital extension and agricultural advisories.
WEBINAR SUMMARY - Big data & COVID-19: Input supply chains & on-farm realities (Eps. 2)

WEBINAR SUMMARY – Big data & COVID-19: Input supply chains & on-farm realities (Eps. 2)

Covid-19, News
The second episode of our Discussion Series: Big data solutions to COVID-19 & food security, brought together four panelists to discuss challenges and solutions to input supply chains and on-farm realities.
Leveraging digital tools to transform Africa’s food systems

Leveraging digital tools to transform Africa’s food systems

Covid-19, News, Opinion
As Covid-19 continues to disrupt food distribution systems, it is not only critical to ensure that supply chains continue to function, but also to assess how to emerge stronger from the crisis.

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Youth in Data

My takeaways as a Youth in Data delegate at the 2019 BIG DATA convention

My takeaways as a Youth in Data delegate at the 2019 BIG DATA convention

Here is a sneak peek into my experience as a youth delegate during the 2019 BIG DATA convention.
Transforming the agricultural sector with big data tools

Transforming the agricultural sector with big data tools

Big data approaches take on the challenge of creating a more food secure world.
VIDEO: Q&A with Gideon Kruseman from CIMMYT

VIDEO: Q&A with Gideon Kruseman from CIMMYT

2019 Youth in Data delegates Madiha Sadaf and Hiba Anjum interview Gideon Kruseman from the International Wheat and Maize Improvement Center on the Big Data Platform Community of Practice on Socio-Economic Data.
VIDEO: Q&A with Kevin Gitau from iShamba

VIDEO: Q&A with Kevin Gitau from iShamba

2019 Youth in Data delegate Joorie Bhattacharya interviews Kevin Gitau from iShamba on his 2019 Inspire Challenge finalist project "Let it Rain.”
VIDEO: Q&A with Ram Dhuliballa from ICRISAT

VIDEO: Q&A with Ram Dhuliballa from ICRISAT

2019 Youth in Data delegate Syeda Ruqhaiya Fatima interviews Ram Dhuliballa from the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Aid Tropics (ICRISAT) on his 2019 Inspire Challenge finalist project "Climate information services to manage climate risks."
VIDEO: Q&A with Allard de Wit from Wageningen University & Research

VIDEO: Q&A with Allard de Wit from Wageningen University & Research

2019 Youth in Data delegate Habeebuddin Mir interviews Allard de Wit from Wageningen University & Research on his 2019 Inspire Challenge finalist project “SLAM (Self-learning for agriculture management)."
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BIG DATA ACROSS CGIAR

Phone app gives opportunity to improve water productivity in Lebanon

For the phone app to be effective and sustainable, it must only be regarded as being a part of a ...
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Wheat blast and rust disease forecasts are arriving direct to farmer’s phones

An early warning system set to deliver wheat disease predictions directly to farmers’ phones is being piloted in Bangladesh and ...
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Press Release: IWMI project enables fast access to petabytes of analysis-ready water data in Africa

A new IWMI partnership with Digital Earth Africa (DEA) will leverage state of the art remote-sensing and data management technologies ...
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Harnessing telecommunications network data for rainfall monitoring in developing countries

Filling a key information gap can make it easier to provide insurance to smallholders ...
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