Tag: artificial intelligence
Our AI adoption is lagging – here’s how to start fixing it
Artificial intelligence is powering new ways of doing business in everything from banking to agriculture, with advances ranging from image recognition to machine translating offering real-world benefits.
AI is growing up – four key trends transforming its use in business
Artificial intelligence has come a long way in the last few years, making meaningful contributions to automating mundane and time-consuming tasks and generating insights for data-driven decision making.
Using technology to bring together 12,500 residents across 41 villages in Australia and New Zealand
Technology partner to Ryman Healthcare, Aware Group, has developed technology solutions to connect all the villages for an upcoming sporting event. With the use of artificial intelligence and augmented reality technology, implemented safely and practically, Aware Group can help residents create new memories at a fun and engaging event.
The deluge of Covid-related data and the AI helping doctors make sense of it
Last February, as the world woke up to the fact it was dealing with a deadly pandemic, something else was starting to go viral - misinformation.
The NZ Brain Gain with Mark Rees (CTO, Xero)
Mark Rees (Chief Technology Officer, Xero) joins Paul Spain to discuss his journey at Xero from a multi-year technology pivot, to the role of artificial intelligence plus learnings and upsides of COVID-19 - including a flip on the brain drain New Zealand has grown used to.
From mussel buoys to rubbish bins – Spark’s ambitions for its IoT network
Spark's new innovation studio serves as a showcase of technology harnessing IoT and mobile networks to collect data in real-time to inform better decision making.
Touchless tech defines CES as pandemic stamps its mark on innovation
Normally this week would involve hundreds of thousands of tech industry workers and journalists descending on Las Vegas for the world's biggest annual trade show - CES.
CIO Summit: If data is the new oil, who’s refining it?
We are swimming in data, but poor on insights that can help us improve our businesses. Technology can help, but a more mature approach to data governance and processes is needed, says analyst firm IDC.
Eye on the prize – how AI is perfecting your pizza
An AI integration that helps ensure pizzas are made perfectly is now over a year old. So how successful has it been?
The hype and the hope surrounding a powerful new artificial intelligence tool
The latest version of OpenAI’s text processing engine signifies a leap forward in computers’ ability to generate coherent language, but comes with a serious risk of bias.
Responsible AI and a government charter for algorithm use by public agencies
A government charter covering the use of artificial intelligence by public departments may be a world first, but will it go far enough to protect citizens as AI is increasingly used in everything from policing to managing beneficiary applications?
Can Microsoft’s approach to regulation restore trust in facial recognition tech?
From facial recognition to electronic voting, Microsoft has made proactive moves to be part of the solution rather than waiting for regulators to move in.