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AI Awards Applications Now Open!

Applications for the inaugural AI Awards are now open for you to take part in a fantastic opportunity to showcase your skills and expertise to the Irish AI community.

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Netwatch to double in size via merger with US and UK monitoring firms (Silicon Republic)

Expanded Netwatch Group will have a presence across four continents.

Carlow-headquartered security monitoring company Netwatch is to double in size after merging with three companies in the US and the UK.

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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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U.K. Recognition Startup May Help Brexit’s Irish Border Problem (Bloomberg)

A London-based facial recognition startup has talked to the U.K. government over how it can help manage border crossings between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland following the U.K.’s departure from the European Union.

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Ireland could gain 100,000 jobs by embracing driverless technology (Irish Times)

As many as 100,000 high-end direct and indirect jobs could be created in Ireland by 2030 as driverless cars become the norm, a new report claims.

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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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