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Kelly Bronson (2018)
Publisher: Carleton University
Journal: Technology Innovation Management Review
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: technological values, HD28-70, responsible innovation, machine intelligence, agriculture, Technology (General), Management. Industrial management, automation, power, big data, smart agriculture, T1-995

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ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_GENERAL
This article draws on the literature of responsible innovation to suggest concrete processes for including rights holders in the “smart” agricultural revolution. It first draws upon historical agricultural research in Canada to highlight how productivist values drove seed innovations with particular consequences for the distribution of power in the food system. Next, the article uses document analysis to suggest that a similar value framework is motivating public investment in smart farming innovations. The article is of interest to smart farming’s decision makers (from farmers to governance actors) and a broader audience – anyone interested in engendering equity through innovation-led societal transitions.
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