NZ Tech Alliance stories
Local edtech companies can gain edge with student data promise - NZ Tech Alliance
Edtech surveillance by multinational tech companies to harvest pupils' personal data is provoking controversy, clampdowns and court cases in the US and Europe.
COVID-19 means New Zealand's tech sector is more important than ever - NZTech
COVID-19 is driving New Zealand's digital future, says NZTech chair Mitchell Pham, as tech businesses adapt and innovate.
An expert’s perspective on COVID-19 and fintech in NZ
FintechNZ general manager James Brown says that the virus could change the fintech landscape across industries.
Why Kiwis deserve the right to control their digital identities
Kiwis demand control over digital identity, as worry over data misuse grows, reports Digital Identity NZ.
Tech leaders already seeing the impact of automation
UK tech executives back NZ study on impact of technology changes on future of work; call for focus on human side of technology. #Techleaders.
How AI and IoT will help NZ meet increasing food demands
New Zealand looks to artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things to help address the growing food shortage and support sustainable economic growth.
Kiwi VR market set to be worth $320m, employment to double
Globally, AR is predicted to be the fastest growth segment in the world with forecast global revenues of US$83 billion.