The final panel of AI Day 2019 ended with calls for more regulation of social media giants and increased investment back into journalism.Read More
The panel of leading AI experts will discuss how new technology raises fresh data, privacy and security challenges - but also promises new opportunities for public safety.
Scheduled in the closing session on Thursday 28th March the debate will be moderated by technology commentator and journalist Russell Brown.Read More
AI technology now has the capability to manage the daily register at school, college and tertiary, and could save taxpayers and the Government millions of dollars, while freeing up on average over 100 days of learning for each student in just their Primary to High school years.Read More
China is investing mega-budgets into AI Research and development. It’s exciting and mind-boggling so we invited iFLYTEK, China’s largest AI enterprise to present at AI-DAY.Read More
Identifying fake news, robots replacing teachers and advancing cancer detection and treatment are just three topics on the agenda at this year’s AI Day, New Zealand’s premier AI event on March 27-28th at the ASB Waterfront Theatre, Auckland.Read More
‘AI is everywhere’ is the theme for AI-DAY 2019. New Zealand’s Premier AI event is on March 27th and 28th at the ASB Waterfront Theater in Auckland.
2019’s AI-DAY conference includes a stellar lineup of speakers and presenters who will be exploring the many ways that AI is advancing in today’s world, permeating more and more facet of our daily lives - and raising new challenges for how New Zealanders should adapt in the face of such rapid change.Read More