Privacy Commissioner scrutinises Foodstuffs' facial recognition trial
Privacy Commissioner scrutinises Foodstuffs North Island's facial recognition trial over potential privacy issues and concerns about accuracy and bias among New Zealand's diverse populations.
Independent review finds systemic racism at InternetNZ following Māori threat video
An independent review has found systemic racism at InternetNZ, which saw it react too slowly to a video that encouraged the slaughter of Māori.
Spark launches scholarship for women, Māori, and Pasifika
Qrious, Spark Business Group’s AI and data analytics specialist, has a NZ$1 million scholarship programme for women, Māori and Pasifika.
Fujitsu Aotearoa NZ offers Te Reo Māori translation on ServiceNow
Fujitsu Aotearoa New Zealand has introduced the Te Reo Māori language on digital workflow platform ServiceNow.
Brother New Zealand appoints Manuel Efaraimo as chief operating officer
After 2 decades in business, Manuel Efaraimo is appointed as COO. His culture and experience will drive Brother to new levels of excellence.
Researchers to examine Māori perspectives on ethical data management
University of Waikato professors secure funding for research on Māori approaches to privacy and governance in the digital environment.
Slingshot makes Te Reo Maori important part of customer experience
Internet service provider, Slingshot, is recruiting Te Reo-speaking support staff to provide customer service in Te Reo Maori.
Kiwi game developers move forward with indigenous gaming platform Katuku Island
Katuku Island game aims to boost Maori education via cultural immersion and challenges.
Te Ao Māori gets Minecraft experience for Kiwi schools
What better way to inspire children to flex their tongue than to take the language directly to a popular classroom learning tool: Minecraft.
WhosOnLocation app now supports te reo Māori
At first glance, you might not think that a sign-in desk might be a likely place to celebrate New Zealand culture and heritage, but that’s now changing.
Google can now translate pics of te reo Māori
The update is the latest Google initiative to help make te reo more accessible for learners and non-speakers alike.
'Iwi Algorithm' can grow Aotearoa's mana
Te Aroha Grace champions AI for cultural growth, not just profit, creating a unique 'Iwi Algorithm' in NZ.
Spark strengthen ties with Māori Language Commission
The two have signed a mahi tahi Memorandum of Understanding for Spark to continue providing digital support for the promotion of te reo Māori.
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga empowers Māori cultural research
NPM unveils nine initiatives to boost Māori research, targeting areas like digital platforms and climate response.
Lack of financial support for Māori entrepreneurs leaves businesses struggling
Māori entrepreneurs are being held back from financial success due to issues with accessing finance, managing debt and wealth, and tax compliance.
Huawei and Vodafone launch sleek new Y series phones
Huawei and Vodafone introduce Y5 and Y7 smartphones with te reo Māori, marrying cultural preservation with cutting-edge tech.
Māori entrepreneurs invited to take part in first govt-supported accelerator programme
Kōkiri is the name of New Zealand’s very first government-supported business accelerator programme for Māori, and it's looking for 10 participants.
Artificial intelligence and robots draw hundreds of Kiwi entrepreneurs to innovation event
Kiwi entrepreneurs flock to Matariki XPonential, exploring AI and robotics to amplify business innovation and embrace a tech-led future.
Sold-out innovation event set to motivate and inspire Maori entrepreneurs
Māori entrepreneurs gather in Rotorua for the Matariki XPonential event to explore how technology can drive business growth and success.
Ākina Foundation issues final call for Māori entrepreneurs who want to experience SEWF 2017
Māori entrepreneurs who’d like to attend this year’s Social Enterprise World Forum in Christchuch have until July 31 to apply.
Royal recognition for digital education innovator
Long time champion for Māori and education recognised in last week's Queen's Birthday Honours. Pat Snedden joins the Order of Merit for his services.
Budget 2017 supports more te reo digital resources
Education Minister Nikki Kaye and Prime Minister Bill English discussed funding for Māori language and kura management during a visit to an Auckland school.
Te reo digital literacy essential for equitable future
Ministry of Education focuses on te reo and digital literacy to revive indigenous language and prepare for tech-driven future.
Māori digital startup finalists prepare to meet judges
Finalists for DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge, a competition to incubate digital startups, have been announced in New Zealand.