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The New Zealand AI Landscape

10-Aug-2021 10:15:00 / by Russell Berg posted in Artificial Intelligence, DX Seminar, Events, Machine Learning, Automation, Predictive Analytics



Part one of a two-part feature. In an insightful conversation with Professor James Maclaurin from the University of Otago we look at New Zealand’s AI landscape, discussing the findings of two reports addressing the government use of AI and the impact of AI on the future of work.

Plus details of our next exclusive event taking place on August 26th. 

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Part Two: Creating Digital First Services with Automation & AI

18-Mar-2021 10:15:00 / by Russell Berg posted in AI, Machine Learning, Future Operating Model, Automation, Predictive Analytics, Digital First


Part two of a Two-Part Series


We share our top five takeaways from speaking with Kiwi professional Foreign Exchange (FOREX) Trader, Funds Manager, and Forex Trading Coach Andrew Mitchem. He shares his journey to create the TFTC Patter Trader, a digital first product underpinned by Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics. 


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Part One: Creating Digital First Services With Automation & AI

02-Mar-2021 10:00:00 / by Russell Berg posted in Machine Learning, Future Operating Model, Automation, Predictive Analytics, Digital First



Part one of a two part series

TFTC Pattern Trader, a semi-automated foreign exchange trading platform, underpinned by predictive analytics and machine learning, was delivered to minimum viable product in 12-months and now has over 200 users leveraging the benefits of automation and AI. 

Kiwi  professional foreign exchange (FOREX) trader, funds manager and FOREX trading coach  Andrew Mitchem shares his journey creating a digital first product. 

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Can Automation be a Saviour for NZ's Economy Post-Covid?

23-Apr-2020 10:37:16 / by Garry Green posted in Robotic Process Automation, Coronavirus, Covid-19, Winning in Recession, Business Process Automation, Future Operating Model, Automation

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The reality is automation is now needed more than ever before.



The Covid-19 pandemic has forever altered our world. And the changes to businesses are dramatic. We’ve seen New Zealand’s economy shut down for more than a month as we fight to gain the upper hand over this virus. I’ve been pondering ‘How can automation support businesses, accelerate our recovery – and provide more resilience to handle future events like this?


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