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Prominent appointment announced at Ericsson Software Campus Athlone

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Ericsson, which employs in excess of 1,000 employees, at its research and development facility in Athlone, has formally announced the appointment of Denis Dullea to the prominent role of Head Of Product Development Unit OSS.

Survey finds people are willing to share personal date to solve Coronavirus crisis Spring lamb with cannellini beans a must this Easter Sunday

New research indicates a massive 87% of Irish people would be willing to share their personal data and medical records if it helped to solve a global pandemic like COVID-19. While 84% believe technology will ultimately help to beat the outbreak.

Ford demystifies electric cars as Mustang Mach-E debuts

Ford has revealed the new Mustang Mach-E to the European public for the first time as the company launched a new ‘Go Electric’ experience that will help consumers across Europe make an informed transition to an electrified future.

Ford demystifies electric cars as Mustang Mach-E debuts

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Ford has revealed the all new Mustang Mach-E to the public for the first time as the company launched a new ‘Go Electric’ experience that will help consumers make an informed transition to an electrified future.

Fifty-job boost as Xperi announces plans to expand R&D team

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Xperi Corporation, a Silicon Valley based, publicly traded technology company with two subsidiaries in Ireland – FotoNation in Galway and DTS in Limerick – yesterday (Wednesday) celebrated the official opening of its new FotoNation office in Galway, and announced that it is to create 50 new jobs in reserach and development.

NUI Galway launches two new postgraduate programmes in artificial intelligence

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The Minister of State with responsibility for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, visited NUI Galway this week to launch two new master's programmes in computer science - artificial intelligence.

Atlantec to hear about AI and the future of technology - The Fourth Industrial Revolution

The international line-up of expert speakers has been announced for the AtlanTec 2019 conference at NUI Galway on Thursday, May 30. Now in its fifth year, the conference is a cornerstone of the AtlanTec Festival organised by the non-profit IT Association Galway (ITAG).

The fifth annual ATLANTEC Conference takes place at NUI Galway on the 30th May 2019!

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Exploring recent advances in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (AIML) including fundamental advances in algorithm development, ever-increasing volumes of big data which may be used to train better models, and the availability of inexpensive, massively parallel computing infrastructure. This year's conference will consist of a series of keynote talks in the morning followed by a panel discussion and lunch. The afternoon will feature 3 tracks covering AI Implementation, Tools & Techniques and the MedTech AI Revolution. ATLANTEC are delighted to announce the following speakers have been confirmed for 2019 with more to be announced over the coming weeks:

Google Seeks Ambitious Mayo Startups to join its Adopt a Startup Programme

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Irish startups from across Mayo are being encouraged to apply for Google’s Adopt a Startup Programme, which this year launches in an exciting new format. The new programme will be eight weeks duration and will focus on Priority Growth Areas, identified by the companies themselves and the Adopt a Startup team in Google, which have a significant impact on a startup’s development and success.

Java software developer course at the GRETB Training Centre

Build your career as a computer programmer with the Java Software Develop Course starting shortly at the GRETB Training Centre in Mervue Business Park, Mervue, Galway.

 

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