Looking forward to the digital age of 2064

Irish secondary school students will forecast the technology of 2064 at an event in Limerick this week.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
26th January, 2014
Gillian Barry, LIT; Barry O'Sullivan, ITLG; Niall Moloney, Shannon Airport and Dave Griffin, Dell, pictured with students Picture: Kieran Clancy

Irish secondary school students will forecast the technology of 2064 at an event in Limerick this week.

The ITLG Young Innovators event, which is being held as part of the ITLG Global Technology Forum on Monday and Tuesday, will see students explore the technologies that shape the future.

''It's hugely important to have young people thinking big. They are driving the new use of technology. That youth bracket is hugely powerful for us," Caroline Dowling, president...

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