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The High Performance Computing Facility is capable of processing more than two thousand trillion calculations per second.
The trade demonstrated how a secure blockchain can help exporters conduct business, guarantee data integrity, and remove fraud risk.
The Letter of Intent sets out a commitment to seek opportunities for Airbus to test and trial its UA technologies in New Zealand.
Global collaboration and conversation are needed to instigate the kind of real action needed in the fight against cyber insecurity.
A New Zealand-first national litter database will use AI to monitor litter behaviour and keep the country clean, green and beautiful.
The results of the study reinforce that Kiwis do need to be extra cautious online especially when it comes to giving information.
Rocket Lab’s new plant is 7,500 square metres, where three Electron launch vehicles are being constructed on the factory floor.
NZ$ 19 million in co-funding will increase the national coverage of LiDAR data for the creation of 3D maps to manage land use.
The AI Proof of Concept will find out if AI can make it easier for businesses to interact with government in a multi-agency context.
The use of cryptocurrencies in combination with smart contracts has the potential to profoundly transform everyday commerce.
The Cora could fly passengers from Auckland Airport to the city's CBD since it has the capability to do vertical take-off and landing.
53% of Australian and New Zealand companies believe that IoT security is the greatest challenge in rolling out their IoT capabilities.
MyIScope is a laser-based imaging device designed to detect cataracts, pathological myopia and glaucoma in children.
NetStinky sends an alert if there is anything associated with the network that would suggest that there is a sign of being compromised.
A saliva sample can identify if a person has taken any of six different recreational drugs in just three minutes.
‘Navigating Disruptive Innovation in an Uncertain World’ will cover two approaches to tackle innovation uncertainty.
CERT NZ encourages Kiwis to use unique passwords, set up 2-factor authentication, update apps, and check privacy settings.
The game integrates storytelling, 3D software, video technology, holograms, comic art and geology to teach secondary school students.
An American space innovator will be establishing phased-array radar in New Zealand that will track small satellites and space debris.
The risk of cyber attacks is growing and just like other countries in the world, New Zealand must find ways to counter this threat.
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