Tekau ngā tāngata kua eke ki ngā whiring whāiti o te whaktaetae DIGMYIDEA, e aruaru nei i te kete tautoko he tekau mano tāra te wāriu. I kōrero atu a Te Kāea ki ētahi e whai nei i te taumata tiketike.
He tūhono i ngā toi hangarau ki ngā whakaaro auaha, hei whakautu ki ngā pātai o te wā.
Ko Arena Williams tērā kua eke i te wāhanga pakeke mō tōna kaupapa a Kōwhiri. He taputapu hei whakaahei, hei tieki anō hoki i ngā mahi pōti.
Hei tā Williams, “He aha te take o te ngoikoretanga o ngā rangatahi Māori ki te pōti? I ōku nei whakaaro me pōti ngā rangatahi Māori me ngā tāngata Māori katoa ki ōna rorohiko, ki ōna wāea pūkoro ki ōna whare, i te reo Māori.”
Ka whakawhānui ake ia, arā,“We want to create an election system that suits both iwi Māori when they're going through mandating negotiations with the crown, when they're re-appointing and electing their trustees at both an iwi level and hapū level.”
He punaha matihiko tā Kowhiri, arā tēnei mea te blockchain, e tarea ai te tuku pōti i runga i te whakapono ka tutuki ki te mutunga.
“So you might get a user who votes online and they can track from when it goes into the system, when it's interacted with by that system, when it's counted, and then know that eventually their vote has made a difference,” te kī a Williams.
Ki te wāhanga rangatahi, ko Taylor McDonald tērā e hanga ana i tētahi tautono hei āta ine i ngā toto o te hunga mate huka.
“For the kid it's either an app on their phone which is a gamified experience so it kind of contextualises what thei blood glucose levels means in terms of their health so it could be sad face or a happy face and that lets the kid know whether or not they're about to go into a glycemic attack and potentially what they need to do,” te kī a Taylor McDonald.
Hei tāna he tohatoha i ngā kōrero i waenganui i te tūroro, ngā mātua, ngā kaiako me ngā tākuta.
“As a parent or a teacher you get a notification when it's moderate to high-risk blood-glucose levels and when it's critical you get a warning as well but then it also takes you to a medical provider it sends out that call immediately because you can't waste time when they get into hypoglycemia attacks and worldwide every six seconds someone dies from diabetes,” says McDonald.
Ināianei ka tūhono atu ngā kaitono ki wētahi mātanga toi hangarau hei arahi i a rātau kia pai te whakatoko i ngā tono.