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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.
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?
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.
Five Eyes: Expect more cyberattacks as the Ukraine conflict drags on
Russian aligned cybercrime groups are moving into top gear to support their government as the war in Ukraine rages, according to the Five Eyes intelligence and security alliance.
Griffin on Tech: More ambition please: the verdict on the digital strategy draft
As a vision statement for New Zealand's place in the digital world, the Government's draft digital strategy has been given a mixed scorecard at best.
Griffin on Tech: Media outlets should face Big Tech together
Our media outlets have more chance of addressing the power imbalance with Big Tech if they stick together and bargain collectively.
Intel pledges to have net-zero emissions by 2040…
US computer chip maker Intel has become the latest tech company to declare a net-zero emissions goal, pledging to reach the target for its global operations by 2040.
ITP joins global tech body in condemning war in Ukraine
IT Professionals NZ agrees with the sentiments of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) in condemning the actions of Russia in Ukraine.
Crypto revolution - Ukraine amasses over US$100 million in crypto donations
As New Zealand commits $30 million in aid to Ukraine and our military personnel head to Europe to offer non-combat assistance, the embattled country is also drawing support from cryptocurrency owners.