Minister for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Robert Troy TD, and Minister for Skills and Further Education, Niall Collins TD, today welcomed the publication from the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN) on the skills needed for Ireland to fully benefit from the opportunities presented by Artificial Intelligence.
Applications are now open for the 2022 AI Awards as AI professionals, academics and enthusiasts will once again come together this November to celebrate the great work being done within AI, Machine Learning and emerging technologies in Ireland.
Last year, companies such as ACI Worldwide, STATSports and Webio joined the likes of ESB, Nuritas, Mastercard Labs, McKesson, SAP and much more on taking home one of our coveted AI Awards. In case you missed last year’s event, you can watch on demand here.
We are back for our fourth event this year and applications are now open for you to take part. So if you have an interesting product, project or service that utilizes AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Science, Automation or other emerging technologies, we would love to hear from you.
Ireland’s surging start-up culture continues to attract admiring glances from far and wide. The latest ranking of the EU’s biggest start-up city hubs has Dublin in ninth position, while the highly respected StartupBlink’s 2020 report ranks Ireland ninth out of 100 countries worldwide. For diversity, access to talent, ease of doing business and other key factors, Ireland consistently punches above its weight.
Disinformation is a subset of propaganda and is false information that is spread deliberately to deceive. It is also known as black propaganda. Disiformation and other online problems are not conventional problems that can be solved individually with traditional regulation.