AI’s potential for enhancing development efforts is enormous, but we need to ensure its ethical and equitable use.
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Networks for Development : Caribbean ICT Research Programme, Trinidad and Tobago (CIRPTT); research theme 3: mobile opportunities 2.0 - mFisheries
The mFisheries project investigates small-scale fishing industry in terms of ICT indicators relevant to the usage and impact of mobile communication services on human and economic development.Published dateMonday, January 2, 2012 - 05:00
The Bolivian Amazon is home to many of South America's poorest and most food insecure people. They have limited options for sustainable and equitable livelihoods.
Most countries in Latin America increased their agricultural production by 20%-50% between 1995 and 2005 (Food and Agriculture Organization - FAO 2009).