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C4IR India | How India is supporting smallholder farmers using AI

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Almost 85% of India’s agriculture sector is comprised of smallholder farmers, who face challenges from financing to crop wastage. Purushottam Kaushik, Head of the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR) in India, shares how the rollout of AI-based agriculture technologies is boosting crop yields and revenue among chili farmers in India.

C4IR | Impact on the Ground is a series that showcases projects from across the World Economic Forum’s global C4IR Network. Each episode explores how emerging technologies are being piloted, scaled, and deployed in a safe and responsible way to improve people’s lives and protect the planet.

Learn more about the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in India (C4IR India).

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