Tag: AI & analytics
Wellington Water and GHD worked together to get an in-depth understanding of what was happening around their projects and the impact on their community.
New Zealand's contact-tracing app is one of the first national tech efforts against COVID-19. As with other facial and body recognition tech though, questions of privacy will inevitably arise.
In our digital world, we must respond to our customers more directly - and more frequently - than before. Luckily, conversational and AI-led marketing is on the rise. Here’s what to do.
There's global evidence of the value of data, and New Zealand government has set out the world's first public sector standards on algorithm use - but will kiwi businesses follow suit?
Alex Bartley Catt and Dave Howden speaking on customer experiences, the cloud, and obstacles and opportunities of starting up in New Zealand.
As retailers and property owners adapt to living with the presence of Covid-19, one artificial intelligence company is offering new ways to help them keep their people safe.
Paul speaks with Greg Cross, Chief Executive at Soul Machines - and winner of NZ Hi-Tech Flying Kiwi award 2019 - on digital humans, artificial Intelligence, and boosting NZ innovation.
John Saywell, Retail Scientist and CEO at leading local AI company, Montage RPM Retail, comments on how retail's next opportunities are in collaboration, cloud-technology and branding
Helping government make the right decisions – Dot Loves Data’s Government Director on what’s behind their Covid-19 Response Dashboard
I asked Government Director of Dot Loves Data, Justin Lester, about their Covid-19 Response Dashboard that’s being used by ACC, MBIE and other decision makers in their agenda setting amid the disruption.
In this episode host podcaster Hamish Webber sits down with the new MD of Microsoft New Zealand Vanessa Sorenson. They talk about her new role within Microsoft, Initiatives she has been involved with during her time in the company and the future of AI and HoloLens.
With 183 servers, and more than 120 terabytes of data from three different data centres, supporting 20 applications, including essential legacy software described as the crown jewels of the New Zealand dairy industry, Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC) needed state of the art providers to host and manage its IT systems.
Join Blair Scott and Paul Knox as they talk to Dave Howden about the changes Walkerscott have seen since their inception: IOT and the collection of future looking data, getting your organizational data in order, and the buzz around bees.