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FaceMe designs 'digital human' for Southern Cross Health Society
Southern Cross Health Society is the latest New Zealand organisation to adopt FaceMe’s lifelike digital humans, but that human is yet to have a name or an identity.
Tatau scoops four international awards in a few short weeks
‘Tatau’ is the word on many international tech investors’ lips – and all because of a unique approach to blockchain and AI.
AI biosecurity officer now on duty at Auckland Airport
A digital biosecurity officer has started working at Auckland Airport with the goal of helping international visitors.
ASB and Kiwi tech startup launch digital human to help SME clients
Josie was created by ASB in partnership with New Zealand technology company FaceMe.
Facebook Messenger gets diverse with new emoji collection
Not all platforms have kept up with emoji standards. Nor are they living up to the gender and skin tone diversity that we see in our world everyday.”
Kiwi company FaceMe expands to the US with new partnership
"Our partnership will extend our reach and capability into the global marketplace, particularly in the U.S. market."
FaceMe: Video Conferencing that Just Works
Westcon Imagine 2014 - While communication technology has revolutionised business, it takes the human voice to infuse a deeper meaning.
Kiwi firm fixes the video conferencing mess
We've all been disappointed with the quality and technical issues of video conferencing. We look at a kiwi firm determined to fix these messy issues.