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Friday, October 4 • 11:55 - 12:55
Technology & Māori Community Wellbeing

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The advancements of technologies in Māori health, education, communications, transportation and other areas of our daily activity mean that future generations will have very different relationships with their marae, their workplaces, their educational and financial institutions, their homes and with each other than we currently do.    

This session is being hosted by Te Huarahi Tika Trust and through a facilitated discussion, will focus a Māori lens on the following ideas:
  • how technology and Māori spectrum management arrangements support Māori aspirations for tino rangatiratanga and the expression of kaupapa tuku iho (inherited values);
  • the current and potential contributions of specific technologies to our wellbeing; and
  • what some of the biggest issues facing Māori today are and the potential contributions of technology to solving those problems.

Amongst the many technologies being discussed will be telecommunications, augmented reality, autonomous transportion, bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, artifical intelligence, 5G and robotics.

Nau mai, haere mai tatou katoa.

Facilitators
TK

Ty Kahu

Pentech
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Daphne Luke

Director, Hautaki Limited
Talk to me about what you're interested in doing and how Hautaki might be able to support your mahi. We're interested in potential contribution of technology and new technologies to Māori issues and opportunities.


Friday October 4, 2019 11:55 - 12:55 NZDT
Inner Oceania, Level 3