THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL DISRUPTION ON AGRICULTURE OF THAILAND

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ภัทราภรณ์ ภัทรรังสฤษฏิ์

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Disruptive World is caused by the advance digital technology and new business model such as communication technology, cloud technology, artificial intelligent: AI, robotics, blockchain, big data, and internet of things: IoT. These play the important role for disruption all sectors, included agriculture sector. In addition, the 20-Year National Strategy, the national development plan, is setting out the framework Thailand 4.0 in order to achieve as the slogan of “Stability, Prosperity, Sustainability”. Thailand’s Agriculture 4.0 is the latest development model that the government aims to raise its economy with research and development, creativity, innovation, and investment programs. The modern digital technology for the smart farm offers a solution at every level of the agriculture industry and supply chain.

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ภัทรรังสฤษฏิ์ภ. (2019). THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL DISRUPTION ON AGRICULTURE OF THAILAND. Journal of Industrial Education, 18(2), 1-5. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/212336
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