Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is more likely to augment than destroy jobs by automating some tasks rather than taking over a role entirely, a new study from the International Labour Organization (ILO) has found.
India, one of the largest producers of food in the world, is working on ambitious targets to transform the state of agriculture in order to feed its growing population – poised to cross 1.5 billion by 2030 – while keeping the well-being of farmers at the forefront, especially smallholder and women farmers.
The Central Government has notified the Information Technology (Intermediary Guideline and Digital Media Ethics Code) Amendment Rules, 2023. This notification was issued on 6th April, 2023 and are effective from that same date.
Green technologies – those used to produce goods and services with smaller carbon footprints – are growing and providing increasing economic opportunities but many developing countries could miss them unless national governments and the international community take decisive action.
This report reviews current agricultural policies in China and their role in support of China’s broader environmental goals. The policies reflect an expansion of agricultural policy objectives to better manage China’s limited and overburdened natural resources.
Automation can make agricultural production more resilient and productive, improve product quality, increase resource-use efficiency, promote decent employment, and enhance environmental sustainability, according to this report by the FAO
Agriculture sector in India is a primary source of livelihood for a majority of the population. Low and stagnant income in the sector remains a focal point of policy debate in India. The most prominent pathways to enhance farmers’ income is the adoption of improved agricultural technologies.
Sub-Saharan Africa is uniquely positioned significantly increase its current agricultural productivity to lift the region’s more than 400 million people out of extreme poverty and improve the livelihood of approximately 250 million smallholder farmers and pastoralists in the region.
Technology Roadmap for Coal Sector is a document prepared based on the information available on public domain and inputs provided by various stakeholders. It is a document for coal companies for information purpose to adopt new technologies in time bound manner.
The achievement of Zambia’s Vision 2030 will depend on spurring innovation in firms and industries, developing financial support for science, technology and innovation (STI) activities, and strengthening the education system.