MSFT Connected & Ready podcast interviews Finistere Partner Arama Kukutai on Digitizing the Farm

MSFT Connected & Ready podcast host Gemma Milne is joined by Arama Kukutai, co-founder and partner of Finistere Ventures. They discuss current agricultural challenges, how tech is helping digitize farms, and what these changes mean for consumers.

Agriculture is one of the last great analog industries. However, current and long-term trends are driving a rapid acceleration of digitization in the farming sector.

In this episode of Connected & Ready, hear Arama’s perspective on the shifting landscape of agriculture, the technology driving innovation, and the future of this historically resilient industry.

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