Artificial intelligence to play crucial role in NZ way of life

"We need to consider AI in all sectors, including health, education, agriculture and banking. AI will be useful in almost every way of life in New Zealand. "

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WWE 2K20's huge pledge to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Society

2K is backing the charity as part of its upcoming WWE 2K20 game, due to be released on October 22. The release features cover star Roman Reigns, who is also a leukaemia survivor.

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Startup uses blockchain to democratise music industry

Viberate, a startup based in Slovenia, is utilising data and blockchain to standardise and map the global ecosystem for live music, according to an announcement.

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New wellness app launches in New Zealand

Blys, a new on-demand wellness app designed to combat everyday stresses, is beginning its international rollout by launching in New Zealand, Auckland.

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AI can make a positive impact on NZ’s economy, society and well-being

AI technologies are beginning to have a major impact on New Zealand’s economy and society, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.

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NZTech Inform – Singapore Collaboration

Last week, at the Canterbury Tech Summit, Facebook’s former CEO, Stephen Scheeler discussed building an innovative culture and trust in a digital world.

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Nosy flashlight apps want more permissions than they need

It might seem like a flashlight app just needs access to the camera flash in order to turn on and off. Apparently, that’s wrong.

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Travel photos on Flickr hint at people's global travel patterns

What can millions of travel pics on photo-sharing site Flickr help researchers understand about people’s travelling patterns? It turns out the answer is quite a lot.

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Game review: Revisiting Final Fantasy VIII

This remaster mainly improves the blocky PSOne style graphics, and it adds cheats to make the game easier for new players.

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Borderlands 3: What you should know before you go 'psycho'

If there are a few empty seats at work today, it could be because people are taking a day off and indulging in a long weekend of hardcore shooting madness…

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