The country's first AI white paper was recently drafted by New Zealand's Artificial Intelligence Research organisation, which calls for considerable initiatives and investment in AI research.
Lincoln University scientists have recently developed a game-changing greenhouse gas emission reduction technology that will reduce methane emissions produced in the agriculture sector.
New Zealand researchers have been given funds to undertake high-quality research and develop the skills needed to address current and future health challenges.
The Auckland Bioengineering Institute has developed yet another innovative technology for diabetes patients. The needle-free technology will allow diabetics to check their blood sugar levels without having to use needles.
The Ministry of Health has released more details for domestic and foreign travel on the vaccine pass which allows people to enter areas that need proof of immunisation.
Innovative, disruptive tech that will revolutionise aerial imaging is critical as it allows the City Council to make informed make decisions on issues like air pollution and water level fluctuations.
New finance-based technology and innovative initiatives are being implemented in many areas to help leverage the country's economy. Lincoln University has recently launched a new master's degree in fintech that will introduce students to the global financial services industry's technological upheaval.
The country has established a new organisation to encourage collaboration among Climate Councils along with technological developments that will help in tackling climate change.
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