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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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“Will a Robot Steal my Job?” (RTÉ Player)

RTÉ recently showed a replay of their documentary “Will a Robot Steal my Job?” in which Anne-Marie Tomchak explores how robots and AI will transform the way we work.

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Mastercard to create at least 175 new skilled roles in Dublin as it expands Irish presence (Independent.ie)

Mastercard will be creating 175 new roles in Dublin as it expands its presence in Ireland.

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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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AI firm LiveTiles to create 50 jobs at new Sligo centre (Irish Times)

Software firm LiveTiles is to set up an innovation centre in Sligo to support the development of its design and artificial intelligence products, creating 50 jobs.

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A robotic world could be brilliant or terrifying – I am pessimistic (Evening Echo)

In a brave new world, sometime in the future, life is going to be a dream because computers will do everything, including producing our food and doing all the simple tasks of everyday life that we don’t like doing.

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