Exploring technological management innovations that include artificial intelligence and other innovations in global food production
by Darrell Norman Burrell; Sharon L. Burton; Calvin Nobles; Maurice E. Dawson; Timothy McDowell
International Journal of Society Systems Science (IJSSS), Vol. 12, No. 4, 2020

Abstract: By the year 2050, the world's population is expected to reach 9.8 billion, and 11.2 billion in 2100. Non-declining or levelling world population growth is the most significant hurdle to sustainable agriculture and food security. Today, about 1 billion people are chronically hungry, and this crisis is a result of inefficient food production and distribution system, and undeveloped agricultural land that is leaving room to grow food for the additional 2-3 billion people globally expected by 2050. This research offers to various practitioners, learners, and academicians' data from emergency literature on technological innovations to help overcome agricultural concerns for meeting a process improvement initiative.

Online publication date:: Thu, 14-Jan-2021

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