The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
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‘We act as if any competitor we can imagine is already here’ – Foodstuffs North Island CEO Chris Quin
Chris Quin outlines how the local grocery co-operative is tackling disruptors: from global brands to changing customer habits
Aider has announced its entrance into the United States and Canada by simultaneously unveiling integrations with Square, Shopify, QuickBooks Online and Amazon Alexa.
‘It is less about replacing human workers and more about augmenting and enabling them to make better decisions faster’
Both are looking forward to three years of innovation through technology
A cryptocurrency platform that lost access to millions of dollars when its founder died with sole knowledge of company passwords has been granted a temporary reprieve from creditor lawsuits.
Movers and shakers: Anthony Grasso of Cyber Toa, Melanie Hobcraft of Auldhouse and Crawford del Prete of IDC
A roundup of the latest business technology executive appointments and events in New Zealand
Launches TOBi the chatbot as an innovative way of offering customers a quicker web chat service.
When it becomes law, Australia will be one of the first nations to impose broad access requirements on technology firms, after many years of lobbying by intelligence and law enforcement agencies in many countries, particularly the so-called Five Eyes nations
The real question is, could the intrusion have been detected earlier?
Xero’s latest research on what is top of mind for SMEs
Tim Sheedy, principal advisor at Ecosystm, details where organisations need to make ‘smart investments’ as AI reaches mass market adoption.
Peter Radich explains how extracting - and acting on - meaningful data is critical to the success of their operations on both sides of the Tasman.
How less developed companies are falling for the AI fad so they can persuade others that they are innovating
Those that have been more successful with the technology recognise AI oversight is not optional
Small business brings in 28 per cent of GDP, what if we increase this to 50 per cent? asks the managing director, New Zealand and Pacific Islands, at Xero.
We need to take into account the increased risk of cybersecurity breaches when considering the design of the open banking regime, writes Nicole Buisson of Xero
The algorithms fundamental to artificial intelligence have huge potential to benefit business, government and society. But how can we ensure transparency and accountability when algorithms are used for important decision making? Frith Tweedie of EY writes about steps to help manage algorithmic risk in both the public and private sectors.
Chief digital officer Nikhil Ravishankar talks about Vector's latest foray into AI
ICT executive Alin Ungureanu ponders on the ethical challenge of using AI in healthcare today