Saturday June 6, 2020

6-ON-6: LEADERS’ QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

From mind-reading pizza menus to advice for start-ups, Emily Maree grills six tech leaders with six big questions.

1st March, 2015

Q1. Pizza Hut has been trying out a high-tech ‘mind-reading’ menu in its flagship restaurant, do you think it’s redundant having technology this advanced in restaurants?

Q2. What are your thoughts on Samsung’s alleged plans to make a smartphone with three-sided displays?

Q3. Do you think the new high-tech Tourist Information Office in Dublin will increase visits in a time where people would rather use...

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