Emerging Tech: Artificial Intelligence and what feeds it

Tue 22 May 12 — 1:30pm

Department of Internal Affairs, Level 1, 45 Pipitea St, Thorndon, Wellington

Find out what Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning means for New Zealand, and what we need to do to make the most of it.
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As part of the Service Innovation Lab's continuing series on Emerging Tech, showing people the art of what's possible, this presentation session will explore:

What is machine learning / Artificial Intelligence? What are the impacts of AI on New Zealand's government, economy and education system? How can AI be used for better service delivery?What are are the requirements and preconditions for AI use for service delivery? e.g. open data and legislation as code

See our previous Emerging Tech presentations

This event is part of the Techweek series on Building Government’s Digital Service Innovation Capability

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Data
  • Education
  • Government
  • Machine Learning


Ben is the General Manager – Service Development at Assurity. He will talk about the future of education
Ben is the Executive Director at https://aiforum.org.nz/ He will talk about the recently released AI Forum report: What impacts will Artificial Intelligence have on New Zealand’s economy and society?
Donal is a Senior Research Scientist at Callaghan Innovation. He will talk about the status and outlook of machine learning
Nadia is a Principal Advisor, Service Integration at the Service Innovation Lab. She will talk about how to create better rules (policy, legislation, etc) for government service delivery
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Pia is the Service Integration Lead at the Service Innovation Lab. She will talk about Legislation as Code as a precondition for AI
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Rosemary is the Chief Architect at Stats NZ. She will be asking the question ‘Is government doing enough to prepare for and support the use of AI?’
Victor is the Head of Product at https://www.faceme.com/. He will talk about digital humans and what to fed them.
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