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We are too timid on developing AI – I blame the government

Peter Griffin
Thu, 11 Nov 2021

We are too timid on developing AI – I blame the government
The State of AI in NZ survey reveals a worrying lack of maturity around AI use by business (Image: Tara Winstead/Pexels)
Peter Griffin
Thu, 11 Nov 2021
Submissions closed yesterday on New Zealand’s digital strategy discussion document.Our country is one of only a handful in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) that doesn’t currently have a digital strategy in place, so this piece of work is important and long overdue. Yet, the discussion period for it was just one month and lockdowns limited the scope of consultation meetings. The document itself is fairly lightweight. While it outlines some great work already underway and its three pillars of trus...

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