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An iFlyTek robot that uses artificial intelligence, in Beijing. The answer to the question of whether AI will help or hurt workers depends on your timeframe and your socio-economic class.  Photograph: Giulia Marchi/The New York Times

Two of the most polarising words in the English language at the moment (aside from “Donald Trump”) must be “artificial intelligence”. Last week, Big T(...)

Did you invest in an Amazon Echo device in the past few months? Perhaps you are one of the early adopters for Google Home, which isn’t officially avai(...)

Auctioneer Brendan Bowe with  Baxter in Ballincollig, Cork. ‘It’s an extraordinary ice-breaker, having a pet around.’ Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/  Provision

The Irish office is a much-changed place of late. The past year has seen the sweeping out of casual sexism, power lunches and after-work drinks. In th(...)

Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, with the company’s Falcon Heavy rocket: the firm  will on Saturday officially enter the race to bring internet access to all parts of the earth’s surface with the planned launch of its first test satellites for a globe-encompassing communications network

SpaceX will on Saturday officially enter the race to bring internet access to all parts of the earth’s surface with the planned launch of its first te(...)

A robot goes skiing in Hoenseong, South Korea, because why not? Photograph: Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters

In numbers: Valentine’s splurge €200 million Sum that Irish adults were estimated to be spending on Valentine’s Day this year, according to social p(...)

Work in progress on Molesworth Street, Dublin 2 .Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

For enthusiasts of construction hoarding, a stroll around Dublin’s city must be a delight. Perhaps less so than before Christmas, but there’s no shor(...)

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“You should be able to find and house and agree a sale within three months.” Yes, prices are rising and competition is fierce but Breffnie O’Kelly, a(...)

Facebook and Twitter have only agreed to provide a dedicated e-mail address that national authorities can use to notify infringements

Facebook and Twitter have been rapped over the knuckles and face possible sanctions for failing to fully comply with changes sought by the European Co(...)

Charlie Munger addressing the Daily Journal annual meeting: “I’m about to die and you aren’t. You don’t want to trade your position for mine.” Photograph: Reuters

There cannot be many nonagenarians who spend their time worrying about cryptocurrencies. But Charlie Munger, the 94-year-old billionaire investor, is(...)

The British curling team in action at the Winter Olympics.

Three Ireland plans to spend €100 million a year on the rollout of its 5G network as it prepares to go live with the new technology over the next 12 t(...)

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