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AI Can Help Solve World’s Bee Crisis, Says Bee Repopulation Company Exec

77% of the global food supply is dependent on bee pollination, and bees are responsible, directly and indirectly, to 1.5 billion jobs, according to Sabiha Rumani Malik, founder and executive president of The World Bee Project

Adi Barak  :  2018-12-12T12:16:58..
Artificial intelligence tools can help the world understand and deal with the global environmental crisis caused by the depopulation of bees, said Sabiha Rumani Malik, founder and executive president of The World Bee Project, a London-based community interest company dedicated to monitoring the state of beehives worldwide.

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77% of the global food supply is dependent on bee pollination, and bees are responsible, directly and indirectly, to 1.5 billion jobs, according to Rumani Malik.

Rumani Malik spoke with Andy Clark, an innovation director at enterprise software company Oracle Corp., on stage at Calcalist’s annual Mind the Data conference held Tuesday in Tel Aviv, in collaboration with Bank Leumi, one of Israel’s two largest banks, and accounting firm KPMG.

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Oracle partnered with The World Bee Project to use big data to analyze the decline in bee numbers in different parts of the world.
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