Technological Transformation

By 2030, AI will contribute $15 trillion to the global economy

New Zealand has started to adopt AI in its government sector to nurture a diverse, AI-savvy workforce. Image: REUTERS/Michael Dalder

Juliet A Gerrard

Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor, University of Auckland

Kyle Webster

Intern, University of Auckland

Stuart McNaughton

Professor of Education, University of Auckland

Tahu Kukutai

Professor of Demography, University of Waikato

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