AgTech: The Role of Tech in a New Green World 218 viewsNov 16, 2021 7 0 SHARE SAVE Bloomberg Live 65.4K subscribers On Tuesday, November 9th, Bloomberg hosted a virtual roundtable to discuss how decision-makers in the AgTech industry are utilizing technology to give business and society new tools to tackle the world’s most perplexing issues. Through the lens of emerging technologies, we’ll examine how local economies can utilize technology to become more self-sufficient in agriculture, strengthen the global food supply and combat world hunger. PARTICIPANTS Jocelyn Boudreau, Chief Executive Officer, Hortau Lais Braido, Chief Financial Officer, Solinftec Mitch Frazier, Chief Executive Officer AgriNovus Indiana Erik Josefsson, Chief Executive Officer, R-evolution (a subsidiary of Hexagon) Allison Kopf, Co-founder, Artemis Lindsay Suddon, Chief Strategy Officer, Proagrica Cécile Tartarin, the Vice President of Products and Solutions at Geosys Host: Michael Hirtzer, Bloomberg News Agriculture Reporter 45:33 NOW PLAYING Singapore PM Warns of U.S.-China Miscalculation Over Taiwan Bloomberg New Economy 3.8K views 3 days ago New
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