Technological Transformation

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

Alexander Dietrich of the German air and space agency, Deutsches Zentrum fuer Luft und Raumfahrt (DLR), shakes the hand of the humanoid two arm system robot Justin during a presentation in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich June 1, 2011. The mobile robotic system Justin with its compliant controlled light weight arms and its two four finger hands allows the long range autonomous operation of the system. Sensors and cameras allow the 3D reconstruction of the robot's environment and therefore enable Justin to perform given tasks autonomously such as catching balls or serving coffee.   REUTERS/Michael Dalder(GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) - BM2E76114F701

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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