DCU is to lead a €3.9m European research project to see how data science and other digital technologies can bolster journalism’s abilities in the era of fake news.
David Gogan, a former vice-president at record label EMI Ireland and son of the legendary DJ Larry Gogan, believes the traditional era of A&R is over and artificial intelligence (AI) is best placed to find “the next U2 or Picture This”. Continue reading “DJ Larry Gogan’s son backs AI to find the next U2 (Irish Times)”
The majority of C-suite business leaders believe that in the next two years AIs will work alongside humans in their organisations.
Continue reading “Could your next colleague be an AI? (Silicon Republic)”
New data privacy regulations come into force in the EU on 25 May, giving users greater say on personal information they share and harsher punishments to firms who misuse it.
Expanded Netwatch Group will have a presence across four continents.
Carlow-headquartered security monitoring company Netwatch is to double in size after merging with three companies in the US and the UK.
It’s estimated that, by 2021, 95pc of data centre traffic will come from the cloud – compared with 88pc today. That projected increase in demand is promising for Irish high-tech construction and engineering companies, which are already partnering in the development of the most innovative and large-scale data centres in Sweden.