NZ leaving billions on the table with lack of tech adoption

NZ leaving billions on the table with lack of tech adoption
Jolie Hodson presenting the report by Spark and the NZIER, which highlights three focus areas for NZ businesses and the government. (Image: Spark)
Ben Moore
New research by Spark and the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research says a 20% increase in the uptake of advanced digital technologies could increase industry output by between $14.5 billion and $26b and increase gross domestic product by 2.08% a year.The research was announced yesterday at an event in Spark’s office in Auckland and included demonstrations of these kinds of technologies, such as using computer vision to analyse potholes.One generation forwardThe report is called Accelerating Aotearoa Businesses One Technology Generat...

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