Spotlight on AI and big data in smart farming at VIV online workshop

VIV Qingdao online workshop bannerVIV will organise online workshops in 11 June, discussing the present and future development of artificial intelligence and big data in smart farming in China and in the world

The rapid development and industrialisation of information technology based on the "Internet+" have gradually penetrated into various industries including animal husbandry. China has become a major emerging market of the application of intelligent technology and equipment in animal husbandry in the world. According to the 13th Five-year Plan, the intelligent level of agricultural production will be greatly improved by the end of 2020, and the proportion of application of the information technology will be more than 17 per cent. 

More investment will be put into the development of big data service, automatic driving of agricultural machinery, precision farming and etc. 

Some of the speaker profiles include Allen Shu, managing editor of AgriPost, a digital media and network for China's animal protein community; Aidan Connolly, CEO of Cainthus, an Irish artificial intelligence company; Liu Aiqiao, researcher for agricultural technology promotion and vice-president of Beijing WOD Chen-long Biotechnology Co., Ltd., the CEO of Beijing WOD Bo-chuang Information Technology Co., Ltd., and the deputy director of Beijing Engineering Technology Center of Layer; Dr Nie Zhidong, Ph.D from China Agricultural University and Agricultural-Agri Food Canada.

Some of the topics that will be discussing include:

The present and future development of artificial intelligence and big sata in smart farming

How coronavirus is affecting the global food supply and the role of digital technology to address the challenge

The value and solution of swine farm digitalisation

Smarter layer in China

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