WorldFish Small-scale Fisheries Scientist, Alexander Tilley will be presenting virtually the Fish Lecture talk on “Using technology for inclusive governance and well-being in small-scale fisheries”.
MARCH 11TH 2019, MONDAY
The use of ontologies in agricultural data management and reuse, under the CGIAR Big Data Platform, is evolving at a fast pace but requires shared knowledge and consistency of use across sectors. In order to optimize integration and efficiency of data, for this webinar, a panel of experts will exchange on the dimensions important to consider when identifying an ontology for data annotation and other applications.
In this animated audio clip, bioinformatics researcher Shaun Wilkinson explains the data tool behind WorldFish's winning proposal for the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture's 2018 Inspire Challenge.
WorldFish scientist Alex Tilley talks about his winning proposal for the CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture's 2018 Inspire Challenge.
The world is becoming increasingly digital -- data is everywhere and new technologies keep disrupting markets. Within CGIAR there already are many initiatives that embrace those new opportunities.
A team from Accenture Development Partnerships and the leader of the CGIAR Big Data Platform will visit WorldFish HQ in Penang to carry out a seminar interview, digital infrastructure mapping, and a workshop during the period of 18th to 20th February 2019.
WorldFish has been a leader in aquaculture and fisheries development for decades, producing valuable outputs that are generally considered to be global public goods. Recognizing the need to make these outputs findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR), WorldFish has made a strong commitment to open access and open data (OA-OD), signing on to the CGIAR’s Open Access and Data Management Policy.