Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most ubiquitous buzzwords of the current moment. It’s the current evolution of technology and tech companies across the world are investing in R&D to learn how to harness it. New Zealand is no different, and this panel session looks at how Kiwi developers, academics and enterprises are crafting NZ’s own AI playbook.
From theoretical AI to Enterprise Intelligence, one question remains: how can NZ individuals and enterprises use AI to unlock growth and development, to turn academic research into practical use? Huawei, TUANZ, PlatformPlus and the University of Waikato delves into how NZ is building and applying AI from its application in the healthcare sector, to key academic research pieces and how we can leverage it in our everyday world.
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Bringing with him over 15 years’ ICT experience, he has established himself as a thought leader in the domain of Data Centre and Cloud Computing technologies
He has pioneered the emerging field of computational nano biosensing, where information and communications technology meets nanomedicine. He has also made an instrumental contribution to the technological, clinical and commercialisation advancement in the area of microwave medical imaging
Ahi Innovation director and director of Icehouse Ventures, investor in Blue Frog Breakfast and UneeQ, partner in Indigo and small business advisor to the Minister for Small Business, Stuart Nash.