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Griffin on Tech: Paddy's feisty debate with a sprinkling of tech
My old journalism school classmate Patrick Gower did a good job this week of injecting some intensity into the second of three election leaders' debates.
From Anthropic to Titan - AWS is going big on generative AI
If Microsoft and OpenAI dominated much of the discussion around generative AI as they teamed up on the technology, AWS is ramping up its offerings too.
Griffin on Tech: Meta's messaging apps about to go dark
After years of promising to add end to end encryption to all of its messaging platforms, Meta now looks set to move to full encryption by the end of the year.
TUANZ: Tackle tech skills shortage by attracting diverse talent
The Technology Users Association has called on the next Government to ramp up its efforts to address skills shortages which the tech sector has identified as its key barrier to growth.
Griffin on Tech: Time to get serious about digital twins and infrastructure
Whoever wins the election next month will oversee billions worth of new investment to address our country's infrastructure deficit.
Forging links with the ‘Startup Nation’
A non-profit focused on boosting collaboration between Israel and New Zealand on tech and innovation is urging political parties to put the relationship on their foreign policy agenda.
A breakout year for generative AI - but how is it being used?
2023 is not just the breakout year for generative AI technology but has also seen artificial intelligence rise "from a topic relegated to tech employees to a focus of company leaders".
Griffin on Tech: Hipkins talks up a clean, green tech-driven economy, but is it too little too late?
The political parties faced the business community in Auckland this week outlining their plans to breathe new life into a stagnant economy.
How SaaS start-ups are doing in the midst of the economic downturn
New Zealand software as a service (SaaS) startups have experienced great export success, but how are inflation and soft economic conditions impacting the SaaS market in general?
Griffin on Tech: Digital services and gambling taxes poor substitutes for global tax reform
Digital services and online gambling tax plans are poor substitutes for the larger international tax overhaul the OECD has been working on which aims to create a more equitable tax system globally
TUANZ: We need a national AI strategy
The Tech Users Association is urging whoever makes up the next Government to put users at the centre of its approach to artificial intelligence.