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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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‘The rise of artificial intelligence and machines won’t cost human jobs – it will create new ones’ (Irish Independent)

Policymakers are starting to fret about the rise of ever-more advanced machines and artificial intelligence (AI), particularly the threat to the livelihoods of millions of workers.

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How can we use data to improve health of GAA players? (Silicon republic)

Ciara Duignan is using a data-driven approach to understand GAA player health and performance over the course of long seasons. She spoke to Dr Claire O’Connell.

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Innovation Nation and Saving months of Data Scientist’s time: The Data Science Ireland MeetUp Review

The third Data Science Ireland Meetup drew our largest crowd to date with a full house at Huckletree D2 on what was another great evening of fascinating and thought-provoking insights.

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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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