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Driverless cars: What will they mean for Ireland’s future road safety, jobs and even our driving tests? (thejournal.ie)

Driverless cars are going to be a part of everyday life and even if you have no intention of ever using one, they may still have an impact on you.

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Increasing data reliance demands greater data quality (Tech Central)

The prevalence of artificial intelligence (AI) enabled products and services in the near future will require organisations to improve their efforts to ensure responsible, transparent and productive contributions to society.

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Data centre surge connects Irish companies to Sweden (Independent.ie)

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.

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When it comes to innovation, the numbers add up for Sage (Irish Times)

It may be the largest software firm in the UK and the second biggest in Europe, but Sage isn’t necessarily a name that immediately springs to mind when people talk about innovation.

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