The Artificial Intelligence Forum of New Zealand (AI Forum) thanks the Governance and Administration Committee for the opportunity to submit on the Data and Statistics Bill. The AI Forum NZ would be happy to speak to the Select committee about our submission.
21 December 2021
30 April 2021
Artificial Intelligence is no longer a futuristic ideal within the financial ecosystem. With the onset of Covid-19, many banks and financial institutions around the world have had to expedite their digital transformation programs to cater for the changes in consumer behaviour. In this informative session, discover how banks and financial institutions are incorporating AI into … Continue reading "Webinar: Artificial Intelligence in banking 2021: How banks use AI"
The NZ Productivity Commission has released it’s final report on Technological change and the future of work, and doesn’t seem to be in the AI Forum’s Knowledge Hub yet. (June 2020)
09 June 2020
08 November 2019
In 2016, Datamine Director Sally Carey speculated on the future of data analytics in the coming year – her list of predictions included the monetisation of the Internet of Things, the rise of AI and the increased demand for data visualisation. Two years down the road, we can definitively say that these three concepts have been integral … Continue reading "The Datamine AI and Analytical Technologies Spectrum 2019"
01 October 2019
This report looks at the factors affecting technology adoption and how this affects the labour market. It also examines how technology affected jobs in the past. We found that: – There is little in the available data that widespread disruption to work is coming soon. – Technology and labour-market trends in NZ tend to lag behind those … Continue reading "New Zealand, technology and productivity"