The Future of Food: AgTech for Consumers & Farmers
The average American farm has become almost twice as large and productive as it was in the 1960s, an accomplishment due in large part to developments made in agriculture and technology — a.k.a. AgTech. However, from the implementation of rural broadband access for farmers to consumer acceptance of AgTech, there remains much progress to be made before we can reap the fruits (and vegetables and livestock!) of technological labor. What will it take for new advances in IoT, automation, satellites, biotech, and drone technology to be successfully adopted by countries around the world? Our panel of thought leaders in AgTech law, data, banking, and AI will discuss the steps necessary for a global transformation of food production, management, and distribution.
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Additional Supporting Materials
- How has technology changed the way that food is produced?
- How has consumer behavior affected food production?
- How will growers respond to the needs of consumers in the future?
Jacqueline Quach, Marketing, Royse Law Firm & Royse AgTech Innovation Network