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Machine learning is the ‘new normal’

In the future, machine learning will be part of the business model, says Olivier Klein, head of emerging technologies at Amazon Web Services

Written by Divina Paredes16 April 18 06:45

Forging the digital difference

Transformative and disruptive describe not only technologies but also the 100 leaders featured in this year’s report.

Written by Divina Paredes03 April 18 14:00

CIO100 2018 #29: Ralph Chivers, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

The large ICT-focused MBIE business groups – Immigration New Zealand, Market Services, Corporate and Enterprise - have successfully planned and undertaken a considerable pipeline of ICT projects in the past year, says Ralph Chivers, MBIE CIO. “Our role has been to enable and support them in those activities.”

Written by Divina Paredes28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #8: Glen Willoughby, Downer Group

“Never stop learning” and “create a group of non-traditional collaborators”. For Glen Willoughby, general manager information technology at Downer New Zealand, these are some insights he shares with his team as they work to stay ahead of the disruption curve.

Written by Divina Paredes28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #31-100: Richard Kay, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise

NZTE operates in 53 locations globally, and our ICT strategy is about supporting the global team to be able to work and collaborate from anywhere in the world with technology that works (and to provide an effective support structure for when it doesn’t!), says its CIO Richard Kay.

Written by Divina Paredes28 March 18 08:30

CIO100 2018 #4: Craig Bunyan, ANZ Bank

“Continuous improvement is a regular agenda for our leadership team, and this has helped drive improvement across all technology areas,” says Craig Bunyan, general manager technology at ANZ Bank.

Written by Divina Paredes28 March 18 08:30