The constraints and regulations around AI are the starting point for innovation for Kiwi companies.
This week on the Raw Politics podcast: How good a PM might Christopher Luxon be, why Chris Hipkins shouldn't think of quitting, the Greens and Te Pāti Māori the big winners, and silence from Winston
Watch: Newsroom's Melanie Reid followed Sir Tim Wallis over the course of six years in the 1990s to make a documentary
Artificial intelligence may take your job – but it may wind up being your boss, too.
This week on Raw Politics: The final polls and what to expect on Saturday, and our nominations for best and worst political plays of the campaign
Experts say New Zealand should be paying attention to how big players like the EU and the US legislate on AI.
This week on the Raw Politics podcast: Has isolation sucked the life out of Labour and Chris Hipkins' campaign, and will fringe parties do a late deal with NZ First?
This week on the Raw Politics podcast: We look at what common wins might await NZ First and Act if National needs them both post-election
This week on the Raw Politics podcast: We ask why Labour leader Chris Hipkins has failed to fire in this campaign
This week on the Raw Politics podcast: Who to believe over the state of the nation's books, and what's eating the Act Party?
This week on the Raw Politics podcast: Lame attack ads, how the infiltration the Labour campaign launch backfired, who's got all the money and how are they spending it – and why did Christopher Luxon discard his ceremonial Pasifika necklace?
A plan to eradicate pests from Banks Peninsula by 2050 is showing signs of success. Key weapons in the project are specially trained dogs that hunt down the most evasive predators.