Technology can make everyday life more sustainable, connected and enjoyable – if we box clever, according to speakers at last Thursday’s Smart Cities and Regions Summit in Dublin, writes Róisín Kiberd
Róisín Kiberd on how the new blossoms of artificial intelligence are here to brighten your day
Sociology/culture: Vagina: A Re-Education, By Lynn Enright, A&U, €17.25 Vagina: A Re-Educat...
A River in the Trees alternates between the story of Hannah O’Donovan, a 19-year-old living in west Cork during the War of Independence, and Ellen, a 38-year-old living in modern-day London who has returned to Ireland with her life quietly falling apart
The 15th iteration of the Health Summit featured memorable appearances from healthcare luminaries and a range of fascinating ideas being aired, writes Róisín Kiberd
Non-fiction: Seven Signs of Life, By Dr Aoife Abbey , Vintage, €14.95 A doctor born in Ireland ...
Lab Rats is a warning against rampant greed, and a study of how the tech industry’s increasingly brutal practices are taking a toll on its workforce