Technology futures

Our work delves into the profound impact of new technologies on society, exploring both positive and negative influences. We highlight real-world examples, such as AI, ethical considerations, and actionable solutions, fostering a global conversation about the future of technology in our lives.

NZ researchers drive work on international AI framework 

Two New Zealand researchers are leading the charge for an international policy guide and framework to evaluate AI and other new technologies.


Speech at the launch of international technology framework
Speech at the reception hosted by the New Zealand Ambassador to France for the launch of A guide for policy-makers: evaluating rapidly developing technologies including AI, large language models and beyond.

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The AI fatigue: are we getting tired of artificial intelligence

Call for framework to evaluate new AI tech
Two New Zealand researchers are leading the charge for an international AI framework to evaluate new digital technologies

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Strengthening trust in science and technology
Trust in science can be compromised by both internal and external factors.

Reimagining Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland – 12 months on
One year ago, Koi Tū released 'Reimagining Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland: harnessing the region’s potential' – a provocation commissioned by Tātaki Auckland Unlimited – which explored the changes needed for Auckland's long-term future.

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Will science and technology drive New Zealand’s future thinking?
Sir Peter's speech to the Life Sciences Summit.

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Artificial intelligence: World at ‘tipping point’, says Sir Peter Gluckman
Stuff's Tom Pullar-Strecker discusses the future impact of artificial intelligence with Sir Peter Gluckman.


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