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Explainer: What the government’s new AI reports reveal about at-risk jobs and sectors

With as many as 800,000 roles likely to be affected, new reports consider the steps that must be taken

11.06.2024 10

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Analysis: Wise old Apple fails to wow as it jumps on AI bandwagon

Apple’s bet on AI offers little to ooh and aah about, with ChatGPT to do a lot of the grunt work, writes Charlie Taylor

11.06.2024 10

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Game on or game over? Intel boss talks tough on Nvidia

When the chips are down the only thing to do is fight back but Intel needs to turn things around quickly to ensure it is a key player in the AI...

09.06.2024 9

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Explainer: Why Intel is selling off a stake in its Irish facility

Chip giant is taking a big bet in sell down its ownership of a key facility, but the gamble is part of a bid to ensure relevancy in the industry as AI...

05.06.2024 10

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Analysis: Crunch time for cookies leaves online publishers chasing crumbs

One of the biggest changes in the age of digital advertising is happening, and its not clear that already struggling media outlets are ready

21.04.2024 20

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Analysis: If Paddy Cosgrave is back, so too is the controversy

It has been reported that Paddy Cosgrave is back as chief executive of the events company, what does that mean for its immediate future?

09.04.2024 10

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Could a European Nasdaq help its software companies become global leaders?

In the US companies can scale to $100 million turnover in eight to nine years, but it takes an average of 15 in Europe

01.04.2024 60

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The web is broken but can still be fixed

It’s tempting to think that we’re past the point of return but as Tim Berners-Lee is the first to acknowledge, all is not lost

28.03.2024 20

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Station F… off? Will plans for a national tech incubator work in Ireland?

News that the Enterprise Ireland and Department of Enterprise are considering plans modelled on a hugely successful French incubator have led

14.03.2024 10

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Passing AI Act marks beginning rather than end of efforts to legislate for artificial intelligence

The Act was passed with 523 votes in favour, but it may be many years before all its elements become law

13.03.2024 7

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Charlie Taylor: Apple’s €1.8bn fine shows Big Tech can no longer act with impunity

The European Commission’s damning verdict on Apple shows it is no longer prepared to tolerate anti-competitive behaviour by tech giants

04.03.2024 40

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‘Like being at a Taylor Swift concert’: OpenAI arrival sets Dublin abuzz

An event organised by Sam Altman’s firm in the Digital Docklands drew a rare level of excitement from the local tech scene

03.03.2024 10

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Chips with everything: What Nvidia’s $2trn valuation means for Intel in Ireland

Intel has in recent days effectively announced the splitting of the business into two as it aims to get in on the AI action

23.02.2024 7

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Charlie Taylor: Far from being the end of journalism, AI could save it

The rise of artificial intelligence has presented journalists with another major challenge but offers the potential for innovation that must be...

17.02.2024 10

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Charlie Taylor: Collisons continue to resist ‘shiny moment’ for Stripe

Speculation still bubbles about a possible IPO of the superstar tech company, but do investors really care?

11.02.2024 30

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Charlie Taylor: When did innovation die at Google?

Once a genuinely groundbreaking and exciting business, the tech behemoth seems to have run out of ideas

04.02.2024 30

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Charlie Taylor: Apple in no humour to let Microsoft take title of world’s largest tech firm

The software company may have briefly overtaken Apple in terms of market valuation last week but the latter won’t cede ‘most-valued’ status...

28.01.2024 40

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Analysis: As Leo courts AI at Davos, UK Post Office fiasco shows we must not put blind faith in tech

OpenAI’s Sam Altman expressed his ‘nervousness’ over the technology as he took pride of place beside the Taoiseach at an IDA dinner in...

21.01.2024 10

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Charlie Taylor: SEC backing of Bitcoin ETFs is lukewarm but could benefit Ireland

The decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission to (reluctantly) green light US listings looks like a game-changer for cryptocurrencies

14.01.2024 40

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Charlie Taylor: Cubic Telecom’s mega-deal shows the potential of Irish firms if we back them

Softbank’s acquisition of a controlling stake in the Irish tech company values Cubic Telecom at around €900m - significantly higher than any other...

05.12.2023 8

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