New Zealand needs to seriously and swiftly embrace artificial intelligence (AI) as an extraordinary opportunity and challenge for the
Computer components can’t just keep getting smaller forever. So how does the computer then continue to become faster, lighter and more energy efficient? A team of University of Canterbury physicists think they have the answer - in the human brain.
Some of Aotearoa’s leading Information and Communications Technology experts are being joined by expat Kiwi and top Google executive Craig Neville-Manning in Auckland today at a one day Hui.
Land Information New Zealand is playing its part in a two-year trial of important navigation technology for New Zealand and Australia.
Science and Innovation Minister Paul Goldsmith has today welcomed the launch of the Waikato IT cluster, as another example of how regional and industry-led initiatives can drive economic opportunities.
Samsung Electronics New Zealand today announced a limited edition colour to the Galaxy S7 edge range: Black Pearl.
A new app, which aims to take washday from wretched to wonderful, enables customers to outsource dry-cleaning and laundry with its door-to-door service. Launching this month, Laundromap’s new on-demand dry-cleaning and laundry service is set to revolutionise the way Kiwis do their laundry.
University of Canterbury (UC) researchers are working with Japanese colleagues to develop technologies that will enable swarms of drones to locate and potentially triage people buried in the wreckage and debris of natural disasters.
Digital transformation is taking hold of the world - and with it an appetite for security and privacy risk, a digital expert says.
Hayley Carthy, chair of the DX conference in Auckland next month, says New Zealand is tracking strongly as it transforms to the digital world.
Today is Safer Internet Day and it's being marked across the world.
So many of us use the Internet on a daily basis - and 89% of Kiwis say the positives of using the Internet outweigh the negatives.
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