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Griffin on Tech: Our new PM needs to get serious about tech skills
What a difference a month makes. We hit the beach, weathered a brief but wild bout of weather thanks to ex-tropical Cyclone Hale, and saw the abrupt resignation of a star politician.
First deep-dive report on Māori-owned tech firms shows a world of potential
The first deep-dive examination of Māori-owned and operated tech companies reveals a thriving ecosystem of small and mid-sized businesses that will need a larger talent pipeline to grow.
Microsoft’s bid to build ChatGPT into its produce line-up
There's a good reason Google boss Sundar Pichai issued a "code red" to his AI engineers before Christmas - the ChatGPT revolution poses a threat to Google's vast search engine empire.
Griffin on Tech: Eureka! Let’s make 2023 a year of progress
We have the technology and tools to tackle the issues facing society. What we need in 2022 is a collective will - and a laser focus on implementation.
Seniors are more tech-savvy than you might think
Those aged over 50 increased their use of technology through the pandemic, a factor that has boosted their confidence in the digital world. But significant barriers remain - survey.
Best tech of 2022: 10 gadget gift ideas for Christmas
With chill economic winds blowing, the gadget-buying frenzy of the pandemic has abated. But you can't put the brakes on innovation. Here is some of the best tech that debuted in 2022.
Griffin on Tech: Time to ride on Aussie’s cybersecurity coattails
Australia wants to be the most cyber-secure country in the world by 2030.
#WFT: Ditch the plane and take the train says sustainability chief
The Auckland-Wellington commute to Wellington takes on new meaning when you opt for the train and a day of focus work while travelling.
Griffin on Tech: Is Wellington’s tech sector in trouble?
Talent is going offshore and investment capital is drying up. Wellington's thriving tech sector faces headwinds according to a new MBIE analysis.
Govt to probe the potential of precision health
The government wants to explore what precision health can do for the reformed health sector.
Griffin on Tech: Tech capability gap ‘cuts both ways’
The Te Au Hangarau report suggests that successfully boosting participation of Māori in the tech sector requires organisations to reassess their cultural competency capabilities.