New Zealand is launching a new data collection service for its citizens to help it develop a “massive, open, and collaborative dataset.”
The New Zealand Digital Service is named after its leader, Andrew Lai, the former head of the National Information Infrastructure (NII) project.
Lai announced the launch of the new service on Wednesday (June 14), and it’s an extension of the original program launched in 2014.
Loi told the BBC that “the new service will be a real boon for data scientists and data users across the world.”
It’s a very large dataset, with a big goal.
We need to gather a lot of data on how people are interacting, what they’re doing.
We want to understand how they are interacting with the environment, how they interact with technology, how we can better understand their personality and their social relationships.
It’s a big dataset, and we want to make sure that we collect that data to provide the best data that we can to the public and the public-sector.
“He continued, “The data we collect is used by the government, by government departments, by the media, by academics, by industry, and it can be used by companies and other private companies to build a better product.
“The service, which launched earlier this month, collects data on data usage from New Zealanders and provides it to a private company called the New Zealand Information Industry Group (NZIAG).
The NZIAG is responsible for collecting data for the New Zeland Government’s New Zealand Data Portal.
The service is intended to collect the data that is relevant to the New York City Council’s Digital Infrastructure Initiative (DII), a project to develop a national data collection portal.
New Zealand Digital Services chief executive Robyn MacGowan said that the service was a “huge opportunity” for New Zealand.””
We’re collecting the data to support the DII’s plan for a massive open, collaborative dataset, which will help us develop our infrastructure and services for digital transformation and to deliver on New Zealand’s ambitious ambition of becoming a digital global city,” Lai said.
New Zealand Digital Services chief executive Robyn MacGowan said that the service was a “huge opportunity” for New Zealand.
“I think it’s great for New Zealander’s to have the opportunity to use our data to help them with their own digital transformation, and to learn from the data collected on New Zealand,” she said.
“The new service is an important milestone for our country and we are incredibly excited to bring this to New Zealand.”
New Zealand’s Data Portal, which is designed to gather data on New Zealands digital infrastructure, is currently only available for residents of the country, though it is available to everyone.
MacGowan also said that New Zealand will be working with data management services from Australia and other countries.