Tech Week 2023: Gearing up to make the most of our annual tech-fest
It’s almost that time of the year again when tech-themed events are held all over the country, with something of interest for IT professionals, entrepreneurs and members of the public alike.
Tech Week is officially held from 13 - 20 May, with a focus on trends in technology and innovation, hands-on sessions where you can learn more about technology, and events showcasing the growing diversity of the tech community.
I sort of wistfully miss the time when Tech Week shifted online during the pandemic as I was able to participate in more sessions held all around the country. This year serves up a decent balance of in-person and online events so I’ll still be spoilt for choice.
Here’s a snapshot of just ten events from the jam-packed schedule that I’ll be trying to get to and which ITP members may want to check out…
Held 10 - 11 May, ahead of Tech Week kicking off. A three-day event showcasing the latest tech and innovation that's transforming how we work, learn and engage with the digital world. The expo plays host to startup, scale up, corporate and government tech exhibitors with keynotes from industry thought leaders to an audience of tech enthusiasts.
Women in Tech Panel + CodeBreakers Exhibition
UCOL Te Pūkenga, ManawaTech and Te Manawa invite you to join us at our TechWeek 2023 Women in Tech event! A panel of women in the local tech sector will discuss their journeys, goals and aspirations for the future. After the panel, enjoy nibbles, networking and an exclusive after-hours viewing of the ACMI Code Breakers: Women in Games exhibition.
Resisting AI in NZ – Are algorithms actually advantaging Aotearoa?
Who benefits from AI and who does it harm? A panel discussion on Artificial Intelligence, Colonialism and Māori Data Sovereignty.
Unlocking the power of AI and Machine Learning to drive innovation
Join us and our expert panel to delve into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) across various industries. Engage in a lively discussion on harnessing AI and ML to foster innovation, extract valuable insights, scale seamlessly, and make a tangible impact on your business.
Auckland + online
Have your say - understanding our future workforce needs
A facilitated discussion between employers and training providers. Exploring workforce challenges and emerging training needs
TWTV : How to get hired by a scaling tech business
You've got the technical skills but success is more than that. We'll walk through the mindsets you need to succeed in a scaling business and how this can differ to a more established or corporate business. You'll walk away knowing how to present yourself to put yourself to the top of the list for any role.
Homegrown digital government solutions
We will look at several case studies from a range of government agencies who are using and developing homegrown solutions to tackle emerging digital challenges, all with the aim of providing better digital services for New Zealanders.
Future-proofing our rural communities remains a key topic in an Election Year
If the last few years haven’t shown the real value in high quality connectivity, then the adverse weather events at the beginning of 2023 have reinforced the need to continue to future proof rural communities in Aotearoa. Even though the vast majority of urban NZ has been able to deal with the events of the last few years without missing a beat, regional and rural NZ users have had a mixed experience at best, or indeed had to deal with being disconnected for significant periods of time.
All you need to know about web3 and the metaverse
An introduction to web3. Web3 is driving innovation and creating new opportunities in a wide range of industries, enabling a more open, transparent, and user-centric internet such as the metaverse and IoT.
Moving from Implementation to Adoption: Dynamic Change Management
Moving from technology implementation to adoption, join our panelist as they share their lessons learnt during their change journeys
Check out the full Tech Week 2023 programme of events.
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