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Press releases

Wednesday, 16th August 2017
The National Gallery predicts the future with artificial intelligence
(together with The National Gallery, London)

Tuesday, 21st February 2017
Dexibit puts the R in art with data science

Tuesday, 15th November 2016
Fossil Fanatics Win Fintech Awards
(together with Payments NZ)

Recent articles

August 2017
The National Gallery and Dexibit announcement coverage (various)
Idealog     NZ Herald        CIO Magazine       Reseller News        BizEdge        Scoop

May 2017
Destroying Boring Stereotypes

April 2017
Big data company revolutionizes cultural institutions operations

March 2017
Most Innovative Companies Named

February 2017
Dexibit Builds ‘Data Lab’ for Museums

November 2016
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s mission: Democratizing AI
Dexibit Wins Fintech Innovation Challenge

October 2016
Technology for Art
How to Rise to the Challenges of Big Data and Diversity

Please contact us for a full press archive. 

“Entertainment designers and app developers who are interested in this space can learn a lot from Dexibit”
 – Elizabeth Alton, Entertainment Designer

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“Dexibit’s modern approach detects visitors using mobile device signals located throughout the museum. This in combination with online traffic, social media and other data, provides a better picture and more depth about museum visitors.”
 – Sara Barker, TechDay






Hi-Tech Awards 2017: Finalist, Best Technology Solution for the Creative Sector; Best Technology Solution for the Public Sector; Best Hi-Tech Startup of the Year; Innovation Awards: Finalist, Innovator of the Year; The Point 2016: Winner, Fintech Innovation Challenge



See us next at Museum Computer Network (MCN) in Pittsburgh

We’ll be presenting on panels for:

  • Money, Data and Power: Museum Use Cases with Big Data
    together with Siorna Ashby, British Museum
  • Data Visualization and Cultural Institutions
    together with Jeff Steward, Harvard Art Museums; Elizabeth Bollwerk, Monticello; Jessica Milby, Philadelphia Museum of Art and Neville Vakharia, Drexel University
  • Lock it Down! Securing Your Museum in a Hacker’s World
    together with Mara Kurlandsky, National Museum of Women in the Arts; Adam Gegg, St Louis Art Museum; Jeff Williams, Hammer Museum and James Vitale, LACMA

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