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The World’s AI Principles | Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning | Auckland Uni scores AI research funding

Kia ora Reader, CogX, the world’s largest festival of AI, was an amazing experience and an opportunity to gauge how New Zealand’s AI community compares to the rest of the world. Read my CogX highlights here. Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning is a newly published, comprehensive paper, co-authored by some of the world’s leading international academics … Continue reading "The World’s AI Principles | Tackling Climate Change with Machine Learning | Auckland Uni scores AI research funding"
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AI world comes together at Cogx

Greetings from a showery British summertime! I’ve made the trip over to the other side of the world this week, alongside a few other AI Forum members, to attend the 2019 CogX Festival of AI and Emerging Technology in Kings Cross, London. This is the largest gathering of the global AI community, with an estimated 15,000 attendees, 10 stages and 12 topics including healthcare, infrastructure, finance and economy.
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Techweek TV: Real World AI in 2019 – practical insights from New Zealand businesses implementing Machine Learning solutions

What’s it all about? AI Forum Executive Director Ben Reid participated in a discussion with three leading New Zealand data science and machine learning experts. The conversation examined AI business cases, implementation challenges and lessons at the coalface from those actively delivering AI solutions. Panel includes (left to right): Jake Millar (Unfiltered), Ernestynne Walsh (Nicholson … Continue reading "Techweek TV: Real World AI in 2019 – practical insights from New Zealand businesses implementing Machine Learning solutions"
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AI Forum NZ Adopts the Christchurch Call for Action

Last week the political leaders of New Zealand, France, Canada, the UK and other countries from around the world joined together with leaders from international technology companies and civil society organisations to adopt the Christchurch Call, exactly two months on from the terrorist attack on Christchurch mosques on March 15th which resulted in 51 people losing their lives.