The industry needs skills in a range of areas including artificial intelligence, IoT, blockchain, animation and software product management.

New formal third-level programmes aimed at addressing industry skills needs in a range of areas including artificial intelligence, IoT, blockchain, an(...)

Irish Times online users are more likely to be left of centre than those who read the ‘traditional’ printed form. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The success of The Irish Times in building a subscriber base for its online news products could point to a public desire for quality Irish perspective(...)

“The growth of WhatsApp and the move away from the Facebook platform is likely due to a deliberate strategy on the part of Facebook.” Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

A global move to closed messaging such as WhatsApp is concerning not only for publishers but also for society and democracy. Internationally – and in (...)

Some 59 per cent said Irish media helped them understand the news of the day, which was well above the EU average of 48 per cent

More than a quarter of Irish news consumers decided not to share a news story in the last year because they doubted its accuracy, according to a digit(...)

Former US secretary of state John Kerry expected at Our Ocean Wealth Summit in Cork. Photograph:  Zach Gibson/Getty

Monday Indicators: UK GDP (Apr), construction orders (Q1), construction output (Apr), manufacturing and industrial production (Apr); US consumer infl(...)

Rory Best leads a training session with the Emerald Warriors ahead of the Union Cup.

Irish rugby disappears into summer pursued by the obvious and the unknown. The manner of Ireland’s defeat in Cardiff over St Patrick’s weekend lingers(...)

The approach of Irish schools is ‘quite reactive’, with schools only intervening after problems have arisen. Photograph: iStock

Physical appearance is the top reason for being bullied, with 15 per cent of students being targeted for how their face or body looks, according to a (...)

John Hourican, CEO of Bank of Cyprus, photographed in Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

John Hourican, the Irish banker hired in late 2013 to help stabilise a lender at the epicentre of Cyprus’s financial crisis, had barely waded through (...)

From left: Liam Redmond, country manager of Enactus Ireland; Enactus Trinity College students Rudy O’Leary, Charlie Quirke, Daire Hennessy, Erin Kehoe, Scott Byrne, Aimee Louise Carton; Sene Naoupu Leinster Rugby star and Bank of Ireland ambassador and Terence O’Rourke, chairman of Enactus Ireland at the final in Chartered Accountants House in Dublin. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Students from Trinity College Dublin beat off competition from the University of Limerick, Dublin City University and NUI Galway to win the Enactus Ir(...)

Ambisense chief executive Stephen McNulty: the spin-out from Dublin City University   designs low-cost instruments to monitor quality levels of gas and air. Photograph: Lensmen Photographic Agency

Suir Valley Ventures, which backs early-stage technology companies across AR/VR, fintech, artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT(...)

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