Computer vision is bridging the gap between physical and electronic kanban boards, says Psoda CEO Bruce Aylward
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Avi Golan will return to the US end of October
Those that have been more successful with the technology recognise AI oversight is not optional
ANZ organisations continue to be among the faster, earlier adopters of public cloud, says Gartner research vice president Michael Warrilow
Will be leaving Foodstuffs North Island before the yearend
AI is the 21st century steam engine, so how do we manage it? Tech-anthropologist Genevieve Bell talks about the rise of AI and its impact on the future.
“This is an evolutionary leap in how banks, payment providers, and lenders can interact with their small business customers through Xero,” says Ben Styles, general manager of financial services products.
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.
Touts new capabilities to transform machine learning from wishful thinking to practical features that will help SMBs in decision-making, at Xerocon 2018
Pat Gelsinger lifts the lid on how the virtualisation and cloud company tackles the non-technology components of digital transformation
“As racing becomes more and more driven by technology innovation, the crew on the boat and the team back at the base rely on the immediate availability of real time data to get the best performance on the water,” says Grant Dalton, CEO of Emirates Team New Zealand.
The Nobel Prize winner and Pakistani activist speaks, for the first time, before a technology conference
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger reflects on the company’s legacy of the past 20 years, and its imperative for the future
'People are interested in how this will help them differentiate'
Chief digital officer Nikhil Ravishankar talks about Vector's latest foray into AI