I was lucky enough to be invited to join some of New Zealand’s best and brightest technology thinkers as part of the "Kiwi Foo Camp" 2015.
The private gathering of about 150 people from New Zealand, Australia and the world is a hothouse for innovation. Invitees are doing interesting work in fields such as neuroscience, Internet applications, robotics, drones and sensory technology, psychology, open source programming, art, business, physics, social enterprise and all manner of interesting science and technology.
But more than anything they represent science and innovation at its best. They are out there doing it – developing ideas, attracting investment and finding innovative ways to market their ideas and collaborate to make them even better.
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