AI in general 1, 2018

AI - Shaping the Future of New Zealand

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AI Forum New Zealand


The Artificial Intelligence Forum of New Zealand (AI Forum) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation that founded in 2017. It is a member of the New Zealand Tech Alliance, and the Partnership on AI.

The AI Forum brings together New Zealand’s community of artificial intelligence technology innovators, end users, investor groups, regulators, researchers, educators, entrepreneurs and interested public.

It maintains 6 Working Groups, which cover strategy creation, public awareness, AI adoption, trusted data accessibility, talent pool enhancement, and law, ethics and society.

The report provides an introduction to the topic of AI, as well as a detailed mapping of the AI ecosystem in New Zealand and investigates the technology’s potential for the economy and society. The report also formulates a set of recommendations derived from expert interviews and research carried out over a one-year period. The recommendations fall under six themes, which overlap with the AI Forum’s working groups.

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This database is an information resource about global governance activities related to artificial intelligence. It is designed as a tool to help researchers, innovators, and policymakers better understand how AI governance is developing around the world.

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