Insight EDS rolls out their first electric bike on the streets of Auckland Central. Great for technicians’ time management, health and the environment. Click here to check it out.
Jailing robots, that is the question. If a robot or an algorithm causes the death of a person who is legally responsible? This was up for discussion at a recent technology conference and it raised some fascinating questions. Click here to read more
New research shows consumers are wary that the use of biometrics for online payments will increase the risk of identity fraud. Do you trust companies having access to your biometrics? How safe is your fingerprint? Click here for more
The world’s first AI newsreader has been launched in China and now followed by a female AI counterpart. AI anchors who will report “tirelessly” all day, every day, from anywhere in the country. Observers worry China is turning into a digital police state. Click here to read more
Research shows up to 800 million jobs could be lost to automation by 2030. What jobs are safe from robots and what jobs are not? New jobs for a new world. Click here to check them out
Last year in NZ alone there were 5 incidences where the presence of drones forced airports to close and planes to be diverted. Drones are becoming more prevalent in our skies. How and do we need to manage them? Click here for more info
If you are ordering KFC in China you can now ‘smile to pay’. Using the latest facial recognition software and 3D cameras customers can now ‘pay with a smile’. Check it out
Artificial intelligence & biometrics using facial analysis is becoming more wide-spread in our society. Computers are making more autonomous decisions that affect us all. Computer software can make the same mistakes that their human programmers make when it comes to bias and discrimination. Our biggest supermarket brand has started to use this technology and it is not foolproof. Click here to read more
Let Insight take the stress of hazard management & safety on site off you. We have recently received the AS/NZS 4801:2001 Safety Standard Certificate of Approval. This is the nationally recognized Health & Safety Standard for NZ. Click here to check out our certificate.
The cost of poaching and rustling in NZ is pushing $250 million per annum. Police and local security companies combined with local knowledge need to work together to help put a stop to it. Because it has had a low police enforcement policy, criminal elements have been exploiting it. Check out blog for more info