Technology

Police warn of of growing financial scams

If it seems too good to be true then it probably is, Tauranga Police Inspector Zane Smith says. Working with Western Bay of Plenty Neighbourhood Support,... Read More

Digital infant in world-first psychology research

Meet BabyX, a digital infant looking for someone to play with. BabyX is a hyper-realistic computer-generated simulation of a human infant. In a world first,... Read More

Research finds AI has multiple uses in surgery

New research, led by the University of Auckland, shows AI can help solve problems for patients, doctors and the health system. You may not think artificial... Read More

Operation uncovers 'network’ of scammers

A first of its kind operation in New Zealand targeting a criminal network of text message phishing scammers has led to over 4000 items being seized. The 2023... Read More

All the better for seeing with AI

Artificial intelligence could help to advance how we monitor eye health by providing sharper images and reducing the need for costly examinations. Te Whare... Read More

Showcasing Kiwi cleantech to Silcon Valley

Twelve Kiwi ventures are a step closer to securing partnerships and a slice of around NZ$80 billion invested every year in cleantech startups after returning... Read More

Kiwi's concerns around AI a 'reasonable reaction'

The majority of New Zealanders are concerned about the future use of artificial intelligence, a new study shows. The annual research commissioned by InternetNZ... Read More

Concern about misinformation on the internet

The number of New Zealanders concerned about misinformation has increased significantly, a new study shows. Of the New Zealanders surveyed 65 per cent say... Read More

Our biggest online concerns

New research commissioned by InternetNZ shows a massive number of New Zealanders are concerned about young children accessing inappropriate content online. A... Read More

Scion’s central role in €7.5 million project

Scion's leading biomaterials, 3D printing, packaging, and machine-learning knowledge is being called on as part of a €7.5 million (NZD$13.25m) research... Read More

Ingenuity provides eels with safe sea pathway

New Zealand's first home-grown fish-friendly flood pump, commissioned by Waikato Regional Council, has successfully passed a 1.2-metre-long shortfin eel. The... Read More

Privacy precautions for back-to-school photos

As the 2024 school year is underway, Police encourage parents and carers to take privacy precautions before posting back-to-school photos online. Many families... Read More