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AI entrepreneur calls for Government to support anti-vape device

Kiwi startup Macso has helped develop a product to curb vaping in schools and other spaces.

A kiwi tech start up hopes to limit vaping in schools through a new device.

Kate McVicar Fri, 01 Mar 2024

Macso founder Saba Samiei wants to see Government support for a new product designed to discourage vaping in places such as schools or accommodation.

“Fire alarms are mandatory right now, and they’re there for the health and safety of the people. This thing is exactly the same, it’s doing

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Kate McVicar Fri, 01 Mar 2024
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