Attualmente lavoro per il Dipartimento di Statistica della FAO (nel Data Lab della FAO) e per il Global Forum on Agricultural Research and Innovation (GFAR); sono anche un'ambasciatrice della GODAN initiative. Negli ultimi anni ho avuto anche collaborazioni con CTA e la World Bank su politiche di condivisione dei dati in agricoltura. In passato, ho rappresentato FAO e GFAR in progetti su infrastrutture dati finanziati dalla Commissione Europea (agINFRABig Data Europe), ho gestito piattaforme open data in coordinazione con partner globali e regionali e più recentemente ho dedicato buona parte del mio lavoro all'organizzazione e facilitazione di workshop e webinar sul tema dei diritti dei contadini sui dati e in generale diritti ai dati nell'ambito dell'agricoltura digitale.
 

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At the GODAN webinar on data ethics
Very glad to have participated in the GODAN webinar on data ethics in the agricultural value chain on 11 December 2020, telling more about the Agricultural Data Codes of Conduct Toolkit and GODAN's work on Data Ethics. I gave the perspective of GFAR, with which we're moving towards a Collective Action on Farmer-driven Digital Agriculture - where data ethics plays a very important role - now being defined together with FORAGRO, WFO and GODAN. Watch the webinar here.
21/12/2020
At the IAMO Forum 2020
We had a lively discussion during the panel session on "Future of digitalization in food value chains" at the IAMO Forum 2020 on 26 June 2020. After a keynote speech by Maximo Torero, we discussed challenges and approaches with Vladimir Crnojević, Engel Hessel, Linda Kleemann and Stig Tanzmann, facilitated by Jens-Peter Loy.
01/07/2020
Together with experts who participated in the Bonn workshop in July 2018 and in the Darmstadt meeting in July 2019, we prepared a "Review of codes of conduct, voluntary guidelines and principles relevant for farm data sharing" that was published by CTA in January 2020 in collaboration with GODAN, GFAR, KTBL and Griffith University. Data in agricultural value chains is currently governed through private data contracts or licensing agreements, which are normally very complex and on which data producers have very little negotiating power. Codes of conduct have started to emerge to fill the...
02/02/2020
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