AI Summit contemplates Covid-19 with an eye to the future
The online event dwelt on Ireland’s national artificial intelligence strategy, which is seeking ways to involve AI in rebuilding and protecting the post-coronavirus economy
Meeting online on Wednesday, April 21, the third annual AI Summit brought together innovation leaders, chief information officers, engineers and other AI experts for a diverse programme on the theme of “embracing the AI opportunity with a best practice implementation strategy”.
The summit coincided with the EU’s announcement of a world-leading AI rulebook, proposing regulation of ‘high-risk’ AI usage such as facial recognition technologies and ‘social scoring’ systems as used in China....
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Making some history, again
As the Ireland Hockey team get their Olympic campaign started, midfield star Chloe Watkins reflects on what it means for their families and supporters watching at home, what it has taken to get there and how the team culture has put them in a position to compete with the best in the world