A webinar exploring the future of technology in today’s ever-changing digital landscape and how it can be utilized to achieve a more equitable food systems in a climate crisis.
Date: Thursday, 27 April 2023
Time: 19:00-20:00 (GMT+8) / 13:00-14:00 (CET)
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-about the potential role of technology in creating a more equitable world?
-how technology can equitably advance CGIAR’s mission to transform food, land and water systems in a climate crisis?
-how we can redefine the role of technology – how we use it, build it, fund it – for better, more equitable outcomes to benefit WorldFish and the CGIAR’s broader ecosystem?
CGIAR's GDI and Digital & Data functions will hold a session about the future of technology, gain valuable insights, and stay relevant in today’s ever-changing digital landscape. With an introduction from Khulod Odeh, CGIAR Global Director, Digital & Data; a wrap-up by Fiona Bourdin-Farrell, CGIAR Global Director, People & Culture; and time for a robust discussion and Q&A, this is an event not to be missed!
Join an exciting virtual event, “The Tech that Comes Next,” featuring Afua Bruce, a leading public interest technologist working at the intersection of technology, policy, and society, to dig into these topical questions and more.
Afua is the Principal of the ANB Advisory Group LLC, a consulting firm that supports organizations developing, implementing, or funding responsible data and technology. With her background in software engineering, data science, and artificial intelligence, combined with experience developing and deploying technology in and with communities, Afua incorporates an equity-based framework into her engagements. Afua is an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University and an affiliate at Harvard Kennedy School’s Berkman Klein Center. Afua’s newest book, The Tech That Comes Next: How Changemakers, Technologists, and Philanthropists can Build an Equitable World, describes how technology can advance equity.
Interpretation in Spanish and French will be provided. This session will be recorded and made available to those unable to attend the live edition.
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We look forward to your active participation.