“The cost of inaction is rising exponentially and AI can help uncover hidden patterns that may help us create a better New Zealand for all.
“This focus on AI in action is the central theme of the upcoming summit with top national and international speakers discussing the latest trends in AI.
“However AI is not a silver bullet, so there will also be important work on subjects like ethical AI and use of data.”
The annual summit provides an opportunity for people and organisations at the cutting edge of the AI wave to gather, learn and ensure Kiwi’s get the best from this rapidly developing technology.
The AI Forum is part of the NZTech Alliance and is a not for profit working with government and industry on the development of a national AI strategy for New Zealand.
AI can boost Aotearoa New Zealand’s biodiversity and help in the fight against climate change. It can support environmental sustainability.
For further information contact AIForumNZ executive director Madeline Newman on 021 274 9778, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller on 021 02520767 or NZTech’s media specialist, Make Lemonade editor-in-chief Kip Brook on 0275 030188