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UCD researcher wins 2018 Allergan Innovation Award – Irish Tech News

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Dr Nicky Bertollo has won the 2018 University College Dublin (UCD) Allergan Innovation Award in recognition of the innovative potential within his research to develop
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AI Awards Dublin 2018 – Irish Tech News

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When and where is it on?22 November, Gibson Hotel in DublinHow many years has it been going?This is our first year of the AI awards
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Nigerian journalist Frank Eleanya Wins APO Group Invitation to Attend the Web Summit 2018 – Irish Tech News

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Each year APO Group offers journalists the opportunity to attend major events as a part of its commitment to supporting journalism in Africa LAUSANNE, Switzerland,
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Using AI to help save lives – Irish Tech News

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Written by Brad Smith, President of Microsoft  Persistent humanitarian crises caused by natural and man-made disasters, oppression and other emergencies have plagued our world as long