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Technology Innovation

22 Jun 2018

LONGREAD: bringing out your dead data

Drew Turney | Freelance journalist

Need a file you saved 10 years ago? Good luck reading it. We explore the changing nature of digital storage.

21 Jun 2018

Why NZ can be a block party

Emma Mellow | bluenotes contributor

NZ has the perfect business environment to develop blockchain tech – and reap the many rewards.

20 Jun 2018

Q&A: on robots, why can’t we just be friends?

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

We chat to an expert panel about AI, the future of work and why we might not have to fight the robots after all.

15 Jun 2018

How AI is disrupting insurance

Peter Tilocca | Chief Underwriter, ANZ OnePath

Machine learning is helping businesses design a faster, smarter and better experience for customers and everyone in the supply chain.

14 Jun 2018

Data, social networks & the electronic edifice effect

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Who do you trust with your personal data if you can’t trust Facebook?

06 Jun 2018

The digital sun is rising in south east Asia

Donna Webster | Director of Capability Development, Asialink Business

The digital economy is transforming every aspect of social and business life in ASEAN regions.

24 May 2018

LONGREAD: tools of commerce

Grant Halverson | Former CEO, McLean Roche Consulting

Payments systems are constantly changing and there’s a lot in store for the future, says a payments expert.

18 May 2018

Privacy, personalisation and the right to be forgotten

Andrew Cornell | Managing Editor bluenotes

Society is on high alert when it comes to personal data use, so how can organisations better play by the rules?

15 May 2018

Lessons on crypto, fintech and regulation

Mark Evans & Alexander Malaket | ANZ & OPUS Advisory Services

Lessons learned from trade finance can teach us a lot as regulators eye consumer protections on tech like bitcoin.

15 May 2018

To get more kids into STEM, we need to change

Carina Parisella | Innovation editor

A rethink on the way we instill, assess and value knowledge in students is required, educator says.

14 May 2018

Privacy is dead; long live privacy

Michelle Pinheiro | Head of Enterprise Data Governance, ANZ

Our personal privacy has been declared DOA numerous times – but there may be a glimmer of hope.

11 May 2018

How artificial and actual intelligence are changing the game

Maryann Jamieson | Domain Lead, Business Automation & Integration, ANZ

AI and automation are rapidly altering the workforce so do businesses still need a human touch?

10 May 2018

Banking & the first-mover paradox

Michael Scotton | Head of Security Strategy, Policy & Outreach for Technology, ANZ

Data presents massive opportunities for financial services groups willing to innovate – but it also brings its fair share of risks.

27 Apr 2018

Businesses are in a tech war: Bloomberg chair

Shayne Elliott | Chief Executive Officer, ANZ

Demand for improved customer experience means companies are at war for tech capability, says Bloomberg’s Chairman.

23 Apr 2018

NZ's robot overlords have other priorities

Miles Workman | NZ economist, ANZ

Will the rise of AI and machine learning considerably change the economic landscape in NZ?

20 Apr 2018

LONGREAD: tech shock > China shock

Richard Yetsenga | ANZ chief economist

Technology is challenging the economic order far more than China ever did.