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New Zealand’s annual festival of innovation, Techweek, is happening between 19 – 27 May. The focus is on fostering the growth of NZ’s technology and innovation sectors by providing “a week-long opportunity for connection and cross-pollination, and an independent platform through which to amplify New Zealand’s unique and inspiring innovation stories to the world.” The theme this year is on innovation that’s good for the world.

There are exciting events happening across NZ. Here is just a taste of some events linked to government digital strategy, service innovation, design and delivery:

Better Rules Hack

9.00am – 4.00pm, Saturday and Sunday 19/20 May
Hosted at Assurity Consulting, Level 3, 95 Customhouse Quay, Wellington
Get involved and build something for your sector or community by using 'digital rules' - prizes to be won!

Transitioning to an Optimistic Future

9.00am – 12.00pm, Monday 21 May
Department of Internal Affairs, Level 1, 45 Pipitea Street, Thorndon, Wellington
Help define the pathway to an optimistic future for New Zealand/Aotearoa

Emerging Tech: Artificial Intelligence and what feeds it

12.00 – 1.30pm, Tuesday 22 May
Department of Internal Affairs, Level 1, 45 Pipitea Street, Thorndon, Wellington
Find out what Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning means for New Zealand, and what we need to do to make the most of it.

Co-Create the Aotearoa NZ Digital Strategy

4.00 - 6.00pm, Wednesday 23 May 
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment, 15 Stout Street, Wellington
You're already keen & involved. Come and join us to create a "what's most important" list for the new Aotearoa New Zealand digital strategy.

Digital Service Standard Workshop – Delivering digital government services informed by the Māori worldview

10.30am – 12.30pm, Thursday 24 May
Department of Internal Affairs, Level 1, 45 Pipitea Street, Thorndon, Wellington
What can Government learn from Māori culture about the design of inclusive, and citizen-centric digital services for all New Zealanders?

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