How AI can strengthen food resilience

Singapore’s ranking in the latest Global Food Security Index dropped from No. 1 in 2019 to 19th in 2020. This might not be a bad thing.

The way forward for Singapore is to deepen its data and artificial intelligence capabilities in food production and to embark on mass food industrialisation. ST PHOTO: LAU FOOK KONG

After emerging tops two years in a row in the Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) Global Food Security Index, Singapore's ranking dropped to No. 19 in the most recent index, for last year.

The index assesses if people have access to affordable, quality food to meet their nutritional needs.

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