Source: Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
10 Aug, 2020
Due to the challenges of COVID-19, Techweek was delayed from its original date in May and held as a mostly digital series of events during July. One of the benefits of this is that most of the events can now be watched on-demand.
Building Aotearoa’s Artificial Intelligence Capability featured a fantastic panel of experts discussing how to build capability via cross-sector collaboration. Watch the conversation to discover the benefits of industry, academia, community and Government working together to boost AI education and expertise.
Shouting Zeros and Ones was an important conversation exploring the hidden impacts of technology on society and on individuals, about online platforms, ethics and policy. Watch the session to learn how to reduce online harm, to protect the integrity of our digital lives and to uphold democratic participation and inclusion.
PhoneSmart – couples therapy for you and your phone provided a hands-on workshop to help you use your phone in a smart way – not let it use you! Watch the session as an antidote to the highly addictive, distractive, and compromising devices we carry in our pockets.