Martin Krafft has a yarn about online identification. why blockchain is NOT the answer (despite having made a bit of $ from cryptocurrencies ;), and how control should be with the individual at all times.
At the start of March worldwide many people came together to celebrate 'open data' and unlock the value hidden within. Here in New Zealand we were first amongst many with events in Dunedin Christchurch, and Wellington.
The day of the event and we got to catch-up with a staaaaaack of people including ALL of the speakers not already represented on the podcast (see above), and all of the exhibitors. We asked 3 simple questions 1) Who are you; 2) Who are you representing; 3) Why this event?
HOLY WHAT!! Whare hauora, got through to round 2 out of almost 7000 organisations!!!
WOW ...so I might be going to Dubai..
Part two in the run up to the Women in Data Science (WiDS) Wellington event we find out who, what, where, and why from four more of the speakers - you will hear from:
Dame Diane Robertson
We find out from Hiria that the PledgeMe products are being tested, that getting $ for social investment in New Zealand is hard, and that the boys may have a plan to get $100,000 ... watch this space.
aurynn shaw overcomes the noise factor by telling us all something VERY BLOODY COOL - her New Zealand Mastodon project is nearing completion ... find out why she has done it, what it means for us all, and how we can get aboard ... in the coming weeks!
In the run up to the Women in Data Science (WiDS) Wellington event we find out who, what, where, and why from four of the speakers - you will hear from:
Chairperson at New Zealand Game Developer Association & Assistant Producer at Weta Workshop
The latest discussions from the #WellyTech community - COME ALONG and JOIN IN!
Partners at Delaney & Thorn Public Relations, Founder of Kapiti Collective, Board Member, Kapiti Coast Chamber of Commerce