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 1. Description of Activities on AI Project: Athena: Leveraging Artificial Intelligence and Big Data for IFAD 2.0 • Project Description: The ATHENA project seeks to unlock the potential of artificial intelligence and machine learning to accelerate knowledge generation and strengthen data-driven decision-making in IFAD. The project developed an AI toolbox with three main objectives: (1) systemize IFAD’s portfolio to facilitate results measurement and institutional learning, (2) enhance knowledge management through deployment of AI/ML in IFAD ICT systems to make project results and lessons learned accessible and actionable for staff, and (3) predict performance and impact of IFAD projects to inform decisionmaking, optimize targeting, and maximize impact. The (AI) “tool box” contains: o AI-based Intervention Dashboard: a searchable dashboard that classifies IFAD’s investment portfolio by project features, including interventions, outcomes, animal and plant products, among others using natural language processing (NLP); o Lessons Learned Web App: an application to search for relevant “lessons learned” as reported in previous projects to inform new designs reports; o Trend analyses of strategic themes: historical evidence of activities related to strategic topics, such as SDGs, food systems and ICT4D, to understand IFAD’s support and allocation of resources to different activities historically; o Project performance prediction model: a framework for ex-ante prediction of project performance based on a set of project features to facilitate better design and early action throughout project implementation; o Project impact prediction model: a framework to predict the probability of a positive impact of IFAD-supported interventions using impact evaluation data; o Project targeting optimization model: framework and tool to identify beneficiary features to maximize project impact; and o Covid-19 impact prediction model: model to predict impact of the pandemic in IFAD’s beneficiary countries. The tools developed by the project fill a gap within IFAD and the field by aiding and simplifying IFAD reporting, especially for more complex and data hungry thematic areas (i.e. food systems); leveraging under-utilized data resources, namely textual data buried in project reports; and enabling ex-ante data driven design and decision-making by closing the gap between policymakers and project evaluation and by translating data and project insights into actionable metrics. Together, these tools not only enhance IFAD’s knowledge IFAD 22 United Nations Activities on Artificial Intelligence (AI) management but also embed learning and data-driven decision-making into existing project design and implementation processes • Department/Division: Programme Management Department (PMD) • Project Type/Output: Report, Academic paper, Dataset, Seminar/meeting, Software tool • Project Status: Complete • Project Start Year: 2019 • Project End Year: 2021 (Projected) • Project Domain: Agriculture, Poverty • Data Source: o AI-based Intervention Dashboard: Corporate IFAD data on the investment portfolio (financing, sectors, and project type) and textual data from project reports o Lessons Learned App: Textual data from project reports o Trend analyses of strategic themes: Corporate IFAD data on the investment portfolio (financing, sectors, and project type) and textual data from project reports o Project performance prediction model: Corporate data on project performance ratings at design, during implementation, and at completion, corporate financing data and project features, and external open-source data on country-specific risk factors and characteristics from World Bank (WDI), IMF (WEO), and other sources. o Project impact prediction model: Household survey data from IFAD impact assessments o Covid-19 impact prediction model: Google Mobility data, Google Trends data, John Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center data, and INFORM Covid- 19 risk data, containing data on movement and search prevalence as well as actual reported Covid-19 incidence and risk factors. • Publicly Available Data: No • Technology/Platform: o AI-based Intervention Dashboard: Python, AWS Elasticsearch & Kibana o Lessons Learned App: R Shiny o Trend analyses of strategic themes: Python, R o Project performance prediction model: Stata, R o Project impact prediction model: Stata, Python o Covid-19 impact prediction model: Python, R • Reported as part of 2021 Compendium on UN AI Activities? Yes • Related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): All SDGs • Partnership(s)/Collaborator(s): o Academia: several consultants from various academic institutions contributed to the project over the two years of its implementation. Please refer to the acknowledgments sections in the final reports. • Links and Multimedia: o Phase 1 Report: https://www.ifad.org/en/web/knowledge/-/publication/accelerating -knowledge-generation-for-data-driven-decision-making 23 United Nations Activities on Artificial Intelligence (AI) o Phase 2 Report: https://www.ifad.org/en/web/knowledge/-/leveraging-artificial -intelligence-and-big-data-for-ifad-2.0-phase-2?p_l_back_url=%2Fen%2Fweb %2Fknowledge%2Fpublications • Lessons Learned: o Open-Source AI/ML: Open- Source AI/ML and code transparency are essential elements that ensure that dashboards and apps can be updated in a real time fashion, when new data comes in as well as integrated with the organization’s data ecosystem. o Human element to improve algorithmic performance: the human element is essential to improve the accuracy of algorithmic performance and overall quality of the models. In the case of the AI-based intervention dashboard, IFAD staff and domain experts have provided accurate taxonomies and training datasets that have fed the models, producing classifications that are “realistic”. o The complexity of IFAD project documentation is a key challenge for models that require standardized data. Not only are project reports written in four different languages, but they also vary in format and length. Data processing requires the development of multi-lingual algorithms and sensitive data filtration strategies to ensure relevant text is extracted for analysis. o Integration with existing ICT systems and business model: Sustainable and sustained AI/ML and “big data” use cases require appropriate data repositories, server space, and secure data storage within the business model. o Institutional buy-in and support for innovation: Support and buy-in from key actors and a willingness to experiment is crucial to the successful adoption and integration of new data-driven tools for decision-making. o The next steps would include the following activities: users’ validation and scaling-up of the algorithms and tools generated so that they can be integrated in existing IFAD systems (for automated reporting and briefs). Additionally, future phases of the project would also foresee additional work to explore and validate the prediction models by leveraging additional data sources and integrating additional cost data to predict return on investments. • Contact Information: Alessandra Garbero, Phd., Lead Regional Economist, Near East, North Africa, Europe and Central Asia Division (NEN) (a.garbero@ifad.org) 2. Related Sustainable Development Goals SDG 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 3. Relevant Links https://www.ifad.org/en/ Contact Information Alessandra Garbero, Phd., Lead Regional Economist, Near East, North Africa, Europe and Central Asia Division (NEN) (a.garbero@ifad.org) IFAD 24 United N

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