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Do you know what’s in your data? The power of AI will unlock hidden value for business (Irish Tech News)

Irish businesses have a significant advantage, leading data expert says

Irish businesses need to embrace AI technologies if they want to avoid being left behind in our Smart Enterprise economy, but they have a significant competitive edge internationally according to Ireland’s leading data experts.

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Northern Ireland firm’s lip-reading technology taken to next level with $1m boost (Belfast Telegraph)

A Belfast tech company specialising in lip-reading technology has won $1m in funding to bring a new platform for visual speech recognition to the market.

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Banking on success: BoI’s use of robots allows it to be more human (Irish Times)

There have been plenty of concerns raised about whether robots will replace people in the workplace. Indeed it seems as though barely a day goes by without a new forecast outlining what particular professions are most likely to be wiped out by automation.

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How important is automation to Coca-Cola HBC Ireland? (Silicon Republic/Techwatch)

TechWatch’s Emily McDaid spoke to Milan Topolic of Coca-Cola HBC in Ireland to find out how automation is boosting efficiency at the plant.

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Admit it: Irish tech is on the up (Independent.ie)

After an extraordinary week in tech, it’s worth pausing to take stock of how far Ireland has come with its indigenous tech industry.

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Irish tech firm hits €1bn valuation as four founders join country’s rich list (Independent.ie)

Ireland has its first ‘unicorn’ tech company worth more than €1bn.

Four Dubliners – Ciaran Lee, David Barrett, Des Traynor and Eoghan McCabe are now sitting on the country’s biggest home-grown private technology firm courtesy of a massive $125m (€101m) funding round that sees the firm officially valued at $1.275bn (€1.03bn).

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