The changing face of artificial intelligence innovation

The future is here

The changing face of artificial intelligence innovation

PwC’s Commercialising Innovation Report shows that artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are the most advanced of the emerging technologies in New Zealand - and some Kiwi companies are already banking the returns.

Future of exercise

If you’re as gym averse as I am, this new augmented reality game from B2B fitness tech start-up, ARX, might just inspire you to renew that well-intentioned New-Year’s resolution membership. Its co-founders, a game developer and a civil engineer-turned-personal trainer are gamifying exercise and fresh from showcasing their AR prototype internationally at Vivatech in Paris.

Idealog + Kiwibank

The Kiwibank Fintech Accelerator, a 14-week business growth programme held at Wellington’s CreativeHQ and powered by startup accelerator brand Lightning Lab, held its Demo Day recently. We’re profiling the participants - this time Liberac, a fintech startup looking to make it easier for international workers to send money home to families in need. 

Whatever floats your boat...

Emirates Team New Zealand has succeeded in its mission to bring the Auld Mug back to Aotearoa, continuing a long tradition of amazing floating things that have emanated from our remote islands. Here are some other great water-based New Zealand innovations.