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Japan’s synthesised singing sensation Hatsune Miku turns 16
Hatsune Miku is a singing voice software that comes with a virtual avatar.
Navman legend Sir Peter Maire thought Nvidia would fail
Founder of Navman shoots down stockpiling idea.
White House unveils ban on US investment in Chinese tech sectors
Financial Times: Security threat cited, restrictions for firms linked to Chinese military.
Cather Simpson: University cuts threaten long-term economic growth
OPINION: We're on the cusp of a virtuous cycle but cuts threaten to impoverish us all.
Market Watch: Will AI mania crash the stock market?
Pie Funds Founder and CIO Mike Taylor joins NZ Herald Business Editor at Large Liam Dann to talk about if AI mania will cause the stock market to crash. Video / NZ Herald
‘Indigitech’: Drawing Māori and Pasifika students into stem subjects
PLUS: A teacher with a positive view of AI.
Jarden Brief: Ralph Lauren, Nvidia catch investor eyes
Optimism about leading position in AI chips drives stellar growth for Nvidia.
Jarden Brief: US company gets cooked in chip wars as China strikes back
Quarter of the chipmaker’s revenues in jeopardy as major powers squabble over technology.
Voice cloning, an iPhone 'seeing' for you: Rating Apple's new assistive features
Apple previews new features, while Twitter gets a slam.
Juha Saarinen: Amazon’s Auckland zone cloud computing goes live
The first part of AWS' billion-dollar investment in NZ quietly went live last week.
Opinion: How AI could change our lives for the better
Opinion: Many are sceptical but it seems this high-tech creation could be rather exciting.
What can Google’s AI chatbot Bard do? We tested it for you
'I am aware that my technology can be used for both good and evil,' Bard cautioned.
Māori and Pasifika parents worry about kids’ tech use, survey reveals
Technology use and the impact of screen time is the top concern for 70pc of parents.
Microsoft wants Māori and Pasifika to train for careers in cybersecurity
Te Pūkenga joins with Microsoft, TupuToa and Te Whatu Ora to deliver training.
Jarden Brief: Cloud computing system takes big slice out of Domino’s
Members-only warehouse club a success but pizza company faces complex landscape.