Digital Innovations in Food SystemsEvidence Clearing House
Building intelligence about digital food system interventions to inform for greater impact
The Digital Innovations in Food Systems Evidence Clearing House aims to showcase all kinds of digital tools – not just big data – that will help practitioners easily identify mature technologies and entry-points for them in agri-food systems, and to monitor how emergent technologies are evolving on the innovation frontier. The Platform will highlight both Interventions and Evidence on the food system.
The clearing house builds on an effort first developed under the USAID initiative “Digital Development for Feed the Future.”
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Using advanced machine learning algorithms and big data analytics, this application will predict the yield and risk of crops and varieties.
Nuru is a mobile AI assistant that works inside a standard smartphone and is capable of accurately diagnosing cassava diseases offline, without an internet connection.
Country/ies: India, Kenya, Tanzania
Mobile in-field pathogenomics platform MARPLE speeds up crop pathogen surveillance and diagnostic.
The “Seeing is Believing” project aims to deliver personalized agricultural advice and insurance services to smallholder farmers in India.