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Tomorrow I’m in Wellington at the Digital Trust Hui Taumata. Trust in our digital environment is critical for a prosperous future New Zealand and with the development of digital identities, growing cyber security challenges and privacy issues digital trust is an important discussion for New Zealand.
I’m looking forward to the keynote presentation by Tim Waldron on delivering future identity services in Aotearoa. Victor Dominello will be sharing the Australian approach to digital identity, and Paul Warren-Tape’s session on the digital identity intersection of humans, ethics and AI promises to be thought provoking. There’s only a few tickets available so if you haven’t secured yours yet, don’t miss out.
The Aotearoa AI Summit is also coming soon. This year, AI has been catapulted further into the headlines and the AI Forum has brought together some of the brightest minds in the industry to unpack the latest trends, opportunities and risks for New Zealand. Don’t miss this great annual event.
I am also looking forward to next month’s Annual General Meeting, where we announce election results for NZTech’s Board. We have several vacancies and last week voting papers were sent to the voting representative for all NZTech member organisations. Please register to join our online AGM on 16 August.
Ngā mihi nui
PS: Registrations for ShadowTech Day close today. Read more.
Read full news here: NZTech Inform – Privacy, security and identity for tomorrow