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Xenophobic bullying souring lives of East European pupils in UK | Society

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Eastern European pupils in schools in England and Scotland have experienced increased levels of racism and xenophobia since the Brexit vote, with some accusing their...
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AI Conference in GMIT – an insight on AI and the West – Irish Tech News

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Seamus Dowling is a lecturer at the Mayo Campus of GMIT and speaker at the Mayo-AI event on the 20th November. We asked him some...
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Thriving in a world of busy – Irish Tech News

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by John Doran, teacher and guidance counsellor for over 24 years. He is a public speaker and author of the internationally acclaimed Ways to Wellbeing....
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Dublin EdTech Summit discusses likely impact of robots on future of work – Irish Tech News

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Artificial intelligence and robots have already been taking over jobs in manufacturing but now they are moving on to replace more cognitive roles, Ireland’s leading...
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Will Robots Replace Teachers & Nurses? – Irish Tech News

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A new Red C survey has found that 39% of adults in Ireland are concerned robots will take their jobs.  The survey of 1,000 adults...