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Professor Kalpana Shankar Sep 20
At a session on AI/ML and education, speakers are talking developing computational thinking. I was waiting to hear that moral and ethical reasoning are essential to computing, but I continue to wait
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Aoife Sexton Sep 20
Looking forward to participating on a panel with some truly great speakers.
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James Cross Sep 20
The head of the SFI is onstage at talking about using citizens assemblies () to deliberate about the future of tech, regulation, and politics! Many of the issues raised on this panel are central to , yet we lack serious SocSci funding.
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Aoife Sexton Sep 20
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar talking about how the gives us a space to discuss how to maximize the benefits of technology and how to minimize the harm. Ireland is the tech capital of Europe and means we are well placed to host this debate.
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Elizabeth Farries Sep 20
Grateful for my invite to today, where the Taoiseach’s open celebrated the links between research and industry. At the door is a neuroresearch firm describing its collection of real word genomic data and inviting multinational corporate partnership
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Martyn Farrows Sep 20
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Linda NiChualladh Sep 20
Looking forward to today's and hearing from of and of two great privacy practitioners taking to stage to talk to us about the future of privacy and business
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Pembroke Privacy Sep 20
“Ireland is to data what Switzerland is to money” - Brad Smith of Microsoft quoted by Ann Johnson at the
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Gerard Sep 20
IBM’s Public Sector CTO, Dr. James Luke speaking about advances in machine learning & artificial intelligence & how IBM are working within UK and Ireland Government to help advance operations
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ConferenceOrganisers Sep 20
What a day! Thank you to all of our attendees, speakers and sponsors
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Una Fitzpatrick Sep 20
‘Important to remind everyone that GDPR doesn’t answer all questions, it’s not designed to cover all aspects of privacy or cyber security, it’s not a complete solution to all the challenges’
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Stuart Hamilton Sep 20
Point being that when you need to sensitize communities to changes to government services that will impact them, using Ireland’s 322 public libraries to help is simply sensible
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Professor Kalpana Shankar Sep 20
Mark Ferguson of posits a citizen’s assembly for artificial intelligence.
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Suzanne McElligott Sep 20
An Taoiseach, opens supporting online safety & regulation as well as an open internet benefiting innovation across education, economic & societal development
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Eugenia Siapera Sep 20
The liberal democratic approach to regulating disinformation may have reached its limits says John Naughton
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Professor Kalpana Shankar Sep 20
The “technology racing ahead of society” is predicated on the assumption that technology is not inherently social.
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Siobhán Hanley Sep 20
Proceedings underway at the with An exciting day of discussion to follow with global thought leaders on AI, Digital Health, Fintech & Cybersecurity on the agenda.
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Darina Sexton Sep 20
A wake up call listening to sharing stats about security behaviour amongst employees in Ireland at
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Gerard Sep 20
Good morning Dublin, ready for opening of by
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Vesela Gladicheva Sep 20
"We need to upgrade the liability and safety rules for ," says Irish PM Leo Varadkar. “Ireland is at an advanced stage in developing proposals for an online safety commissioner with enforcement powers."
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