2022 Conference Highlights
Aotearoa New Zealand is advancing the state-of-the-art in artificial intelligence through fundamental and applied research, collaborating across academia and with industry, and this conference provided a further opportunity to network and share experiences, understandings and knowledge.
This annual conference was intended to be the usual meeting point of the Artificial Intelligence research community with the main goal of the event being to foster discussion around the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence.
"Collaborators I wouldn't have found any other way" NAOI
"For anyone interested in Ai in Aotearoa the conference provided a very valuable 'snapshot' of current thinking, issues, projects- and possibilities. If in any way you work in or around Ai you'd be a fool not to attend" Mike Grimshaw
"Good platform to network with people of related research work around New Zealand"
"The premier venue for showcasing AI research and applications in Aotearoa"
2022 New Zealand Data Science Platform Workshop
The Data Science Platform Workshop was focused on the eight Data Science programmes funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment’s (MBIE) Strategic Science Investment Fund and Catalyst fund.
The event was opened by the Honourable Dr Ayesha Verrall, Minister for Research, Science and Innovation and programme leaders presented and discussed their major progress, key members, achievements, and challenges, followed by a question and answering session.
The 2021 Workshop was hosted by Victoria University of Wellington with the 2022 Workshop being supported by the Artificial Intelligence Institute - University of Waikato as Platinum Sponsor of the Artificial Intelligence Research Conference.