Publications

Insights and information on the impacts of AI for New Zealand

The AI Forum helps develop the local AI ecosystem by engaging with Government, industry and other stakeholders to identify opportunities for advancement. 

Our parliamentary submissions collate the views of our membership in response to specific inquiries or bills.

Our research reports are written in partnership with a range of organisations (including industry partners, professional bodies, research organisations and Government) to provide insight, information and lead the debate on AI’s potential impact on New Zealand’s future.

Reports

TOWARDS OUR INTELLIGENT FUTURE: AN AI ROADMAP FOR NEW ZEALAND

Te Ara mō tātou Atamai o Āpōpō: Te hurahi atamai iahiko ō Aotearoa This report identifies that New Zealand urgently needs to increase its focus on the core foundations needed to operate in an AI enabled future – particularly investment, skills and talent, research, trusted data, ethics and regulation.  The report also shows how AI enabled … Continue reading "TOWARDS OUR INTELLIGENT FUTURE: AN AI ROADMAP FOR NEW ZEALAND"

Reports

New Zealand AI Ecosystem Map

***Updated to V1.4 12 October 2018*** New Zealand has a thriving industry working with AI technologies.  Discover who is currently investing in, working with and considering AI in New Zealand. Prior to the publication of the AI Forum’s 2018 research report, Artificial Intelligence: Shaping a Future New Zealand, the Forum released an ecosystem map, which is regularly … Continue reading "New Zealand AI Ecosystem Map"

Reports

Artificial Intelligence: Shaping a Future New Zealand

This report is the culmination of a one year research project led by the AI Forum with research partners IDC and Sapere. The research examined the New Zealand and international AI industry landscapes, investigating AI’s potential impacts on New Zealand’s economy and society. The report identifies key AI opportunities, in the public, private and education … Continue reading "Artificial Intelligence: Shaping a Future New Zealand"