New Zealand startup news
New Zealand’s startup news across February 20201 touched on items dealing with subjects including artificial intelligence in agriculture research, technology focusing on language acquisition, and government investment in public-interest journalism.
Each link below is a New Zealand-related tech or startup news headline, with each headline linked to an online article which can be read in full, online and at no cost. This way, our readers get 2 things immediately from Startup News Asia’s monthly tech news updates:
- an easy overview of February 2021’s startup news from New Zealand; and
- one-click access to full background on the NZ tech news of most interest to you.
- New Zealand’s ImmerseMe selected for University of Hawai’i language technology competition with learning method offering over 3K interactive scenarios across 9 languages
- PlantTech Research Institute and New Zealand eScience Infrastructure partner for AI-focused research support for agriculture
- New Zealand: A look at Kwotimation, providing tradesmen with a website and automated online pricing system for producing work quotes
- New Zealand government pledges $55M across 3 years for a new fund for public interest news and journalism, with applications opening in April
- Australia’s Swysh expands to New Zealand, allowing fans to purchase personalised video messages from favourite athletes whilst supporting local children’s charities
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