Dear e-Agriculture Member,
In just a few days, the debate “e-Forum on ICTs and Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition”, will be open for participation. The forum will start on the 19th of June to the 14th of July 2017.
This online debate will explore the cross roads between ICTs and issues around opening data in Agriculture and Nutrition and its effective use, with a focus on establishing what benefits and possible losses, can accrue to farmers, if technology and open data are used conjunctively.
Details of the Forum
|Title||e-Forum on ICTs and Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition|
|Dates||19 June to 14 July 2017|
|Location||Online at http://www.e-agriculture.org/forums/discussions/e-forum-icts-and-open-data-agriculture-and-nutrition|
|Target audience||Anyone interested in the topic, and registered on e-Agriculture|
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Instructions for participation
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Structure of the discussion
The discussion forum is going to be opened with an address and thereafter the floor for discussions will be open. You can post as many comments as you wish. There are three pre-designed questions, these are:-
- Question 1: What role can ICTs play in using Open Data in Agriculture and Nutrition for family farmers?
- Question 2: What case studies can demonstrate the benefits and/or damages of the use of ICTs and Open Data?
- Question 3: What investments are needed to reap open data benefits and what measures must be adopted to protect farmers from open data?
Each week a respective question will be opened for comments.