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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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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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If EU states are to lead AI, they must not compete with each other (Silicon Republic)

With the US and China dominating in the field of AI research, EU member states are starting to realise that competing among one another will only lead to failure.

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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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€3.9m data journalism project to build the tech to fight fake news (Silicon Republic)

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.

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An Irish Cambridge Analytica? Not if we get our ethics in order (RTÉ)

Opinion: Irish universities are heavily involved in social media data analysis, so what’s to prevent a rogue researcher aiding a private enterprise or political movement?

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