Davos 2023

Here's how the agricultural sector can solve its data problem

The potential economic value of agricultural data is estimated at $65 billion in India alone Image: Kelly for Pexels

Satyanarayana Jeedigunta
Chief Advisor, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution India, World Economic Forum
Arushi Goel
Specialist, Data Policy and Blockchain, World Economic Forum, C4IR India
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