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Bank of Ireland is building robots, but not as we know them

Robotic software to speed up interactions and transactions is being produced in an innovative space in Cabinteely.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
14th October, 2018
Jonathan Kidd, head of digital operations and robotics, Bank of Ireland Picture: Fergal Phillips

Cabinteely is a perfectly inoffensive village, quite near a variety of places that would naturally make people think of significant tech moves in Ireland. Carrickmines is down the road and the Media Cube in Dún Laoghaire IADT is only a little further away in Kill O’The Grange. The village itself, however, is home to a remarkably innovative hub suited to Cabo’s own quiet nature.

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