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Griffin on Tech: Tech's role in challenging times
Techweek again showcased our innovative tech sector. But we'll need strategic long-term thinking from the government to help it achieve its true potential.
From climate change to conservation - AI can help, but we have work to do
Filling data gaps and overcoming siloed research efforts will be key to getting the most out of artificial intelligence for better environmental sustainability, a new report from the AI Forum suggest.
Griffin on Tech: Are we ready for Google Glass 2.0?
Google appears to be gearing up for a second go at launching AR glasses. But has it really put the 'Glassholes' debacle behind it?
The 100 best Kiwi startups and tech companies to work for
Our tech start-up scene is thriving, attracting more talent and capital than ever before.
But where are the best places to work?
What does the boarder reopening announcement mean for our industry?…
Today the Prime Minister and Minister of Immigration announced they are bringing the border reopening forward, along with some Immigration Rebalance changes. Here is some useful information the amazin…
Tech boot camps to beat the talent shortage
AUT and the Institute of Data have joined forces to offer new 3 and 6 month boot camps in software engineering, data science and cybersecurity.
Griffin on Tech: Supersonic ballet, Kiwi style
I can't think of any other Kiwi company that regularly has me foregoing meetings so I can log onto a live stream to watch their latest product launch.
Why is Meta going open source with its AI language model?
Facebook owner Meta has been developing a rival to the powerful GPT-3 artificial intelligence model and is inviting the research community to make use of it.
Local Web3/crypto venture capital fund to invest $5 million in start-ups
New Zealand's first Web3/crypto venture capital fund will invest $5 million in local ventures working on everything form NFTs to decentralised finance.
Griffin on Tech: Where the money is in tech right now
If you want to maximise the financial return on the IT skills you have acquired, contracting has long been the obvious path to take.
Kiwi tech helping keep workers safe in the Pacific
A location-based app developed by Gisborne-based start-up ThinkSafe is helping Pacific Island workers stay safe as they tackle biodiversity loss in the region.