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Britain’s blue chip FTSE 100 index closed down 0.11 per cent . A number of big, earnings-driven falls weighed on the blue chips

European shares ended Friday in positive territory after a choppy session, posting a slim weekly gain as investors digested disappointing company resu(...)

Founded in 2003, Ammeon employs about 165 people currently, with the majority based in the company’s Dublin headquarters

Irish IT professional services company Ammeon is to create 100 new high-skilled jobs over the next 18 months. The company, whose headquarters are on (...)

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(...)

Independent4Change TD Clare Daly said the issue of the IDA having CPO powers should be questioned. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Legislation giving greater legal certainty for compulsory purchase orders on land required for industrial use, including in cases of foreign direct in(...)

Thomas Reid of Blakestown, Maynooth, Co Kildare, whose family had farmed the surrounding land for more than a century. Photograph: Feargal Ward

A few years ago on a rural back road in Co Kildare, the owner of a stone cottage draped black and white hand-painted signs over his gates. They signal(...)

ProfJonathan Coleman: ‘It’s a process, and after 17 years we have got to this point, but we’re still on a curve that needs to continue to go up to get to where we need to be’

It’s the little things that can make the biggest difference. And it’s the very little things that are making Ireland a veritable giant in the world of(...)

The MyEye wearer points to whatever it is they want to “see” or read, and the  device takes a photograph. Sophisticated software processes what is in front of it and then, in the case of text, reads it back.

When Amnon Shashua’s aunt began to lose her sight, she asked her nephew to find a solution. He was better placed than most to fulfil that request: a (...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.  Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Global stocks extended the biggest sell-off since 2016, with European, US and Asian shares continuing last week’s decline. Equity investors are looki(...)

 Caolann Brady, overall SciFest winner 2016, Christopher Carragher, overall SciFest winner 2014, and Margie McCarthy, head of education and public engagement at Science Foundation Ireland. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

Second-level students across Ireland should put their skills in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) to the test by participating in thi(...)

If Intel’s business is significantly hampered by the chip flaw debacle, there may be unease in Ireland, where it employs about 5,000 people at its sites in Leixlip and Shannon. Photograph: Thomas White/Reuters

“Bad news isn’t wine. It doesn’t improve with age.” Intel bosses may wish they had kept that in mind when the tech giant was formulating its response (...)

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