It probably won’t surprise you to hear that automation pretty much goes hand in hand with the future of work, which, incidentally, isn’t so much in the future any more – it’s in the present.
Driverless cars are going to be a part of everyday life and even if you have no intention of ever using one, they may still have an impact on you.
AI Ireland is a nonprofit organisation whose aim is to showcase the work of companies and individuals who are applying Artificial Intelligence in both commercial and academic contexts.
By bringing companies and academia together to honour achievements within the AI Community, we will strengthen relationships within the Irish AI ecosystem.
This is our ultimate goal: to bring together players in the field of AI in order to forge and strengthen ties and to celebrate the development of AI for the greater good.
As a non-profit organisation, we depend on the generous support of members of the technology community in Ireland.
We also strive to continue the good work of IDA Ireland in positioning Ireland as one of the destinations at the forefront of the AI world.
As the only English- speaking market in the Eurozone, Ireland is uniquely positioned to capitalise on the many economic opportunities presented by the exciting world of AI.
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.
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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2017 was an exciting year for Data Science. From large successful companies to early-stage startups, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning witnessed a rapid rise throughout the past twelve months.