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This is the revolutionary age of machines that can understand (Irish Times)

The industrial revolution was a major turning point in history. Until the advent of steam engine technology, economic growth and wealth-creation were stagnant. After 1800, economic growth statistics accelerated, and they have continued to do so ever since.

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The final countdown: Last-minute tips for GDPR (Silicon Republic)

Johan Hybinette, CISO of Vonage, offers last-minute tips for GDPR compliance.

On 25 May, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming into effect and companies must make radical changes in how they gather, monitor and manage data of EU citizens.

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Two-Thirds of Healthcare professionals believe 3D printing has the capacity to transform the health sector (Irish Tech News)

Ricoh Ireland is announcing the results of a new survey of 3,100 decision makers from across Europe, including Ireland, about how emerging printing technologies are helping to reshape industries and open-up new opportunities for businesses across all sectors.

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Everything you need to know about a career in AI (Silicon republic)

It probably won’t surprise you to hear that automation pretty much goes hand in hand with the future of work, which, incidentally, isn’t so much in the future any more – it’s in the present.

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