The human skills Ireland needs to lead in artificial intelligence AI will affect all white collar workers.

We must secure our place in the next wave of AI innovators through training

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Coyle ready to begin her pentathlon quest with all guns blazing Natalya Coyle finished sixth at the Rio Games: “I will do my best. For me it would be a personal best in every single [discipline] because I know if I can do that in every single one, that would lead to a medal.”  Photograph: Morgant Treacy/Inpho   3:27

Experienced Meath athlete brings a wealth of experience to this her third Games

Belarusian opposition see regime’s hand behind death of missing activist Vitaly Shishov posing for a photo in Kiev.  The Belarusian activist was found dead in a park in the Ukrainian capital Kiev on Tuesday. Photograph: Handout/Facebook page of Vitaly Shishov/AFP via Getty Images

Ukrainian police open murder case after Vitaly Shishov found hanged in Kiev park

The need for on-demand learning in people management is being met at NCI The next programmes commence in September, but she advises people to apply early. “The two courses are open for applications at the moment. They filled up very quickly last year and we had to draw up waiting lists. People should apply before mid-August to be sure of getting a place

Courses on human capital management and on facilitating the creation of a good organisational culture are relevant for those dealing with the impact of the pandemic

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