Farmers in Telangana Will Be Equipped With AI Inputs on Climate Change

Telangana government and the United Nations Development Programme announced Data in Climate Resilient Agriculture as the latest addition to the Digital Public Goods Registry, a move aimed at equipping farmers with information on impact of climate change.

Using remote sensing and pattern detection algorithms, DiCRA is able to identify farms resilient to climate change and those highly vulnerable. The DiCRA platform will put vital data and analytics in the hands of farmers, enabling them to mitigate the effects of climate change on their crops.

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