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September 16, 2019
A major research initiative in horticulture is underway in Bay of Plenty with the formation of the PlantTech Research Institute at Tauranga. Its research director is Ian Yule, best known for his time as the professor heading precision agriculture at Massey University.Yule de...
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There are several applications of machine learning in the real world. Some of which are medical diagnoses and even detection of contaminants in soil samples.Add to that the project of researchers that involves investigating whether machine learning can be used to protect New...
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Trying to establish which New Zealand industries will benefit from artificial intelligence (AI) is a bit like wondering which businesses benefitted from the invention of electricity.That's the word from Qrious CEO Nathalie Morris who says all the "hype" about AI is now turni...
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For businesses looking to benefit from smart, enthusiastic people with fresh ideas, it doesn’t get much better than a Callaghan Innovation R&D Experience Grant.The R&D Experience Grant is an internship designed as full-time, paid work experience over the summer break for t...
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If you read too many articles about the future of work you may think Armageddon is on its way for your job and everyone else's.But though technology is wiping out some jobs, there are many positives, says Justin Gray, managing director of Accenture New Zealand.The multinatio...
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Putting pen to paper is fast becoming a lost art, with once carefully-crafted calligraphy being replaced by typed text. And that change means some of New Zealand's oldest hand-written documents, stored at the national archive, are too hard for most people to read.  At A...
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A great opportunity to learn more about machine learning and artificial intelligence from the Research and Technical Services team at Callaghan Innovation at Tuesday evenings event sponsored by Waikato Innovation Park and supported by CultivateIT.We ...
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