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From left:  Cathriona Hallahan, Managing Director of Ireland presenting the Academic Research AI Award to Brian Murphy, Oksana Semenova,  founder of AI Award Ireland Mark Kelly, and Andriy Temko from the Infant Research Centre, University College Cork. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The Cork-based Infant Research Centre has scooped an award for its algorithm that helps detect seizures in newborn babies. The perinatal research ce(...)

Fortnite: the largest Fortnite tournament in Europe will take place at the Dublin Games Festival this weekend at the RDS

You might have missed the news but, earlier this month, South Korea became World Cup holders for the third time in a row. China took home the second-p(...)

The Irish Centre for Foetal and Neonatal Translational Research (Infant) in Cork is competing for an award in Ireland’s Artificial Intelligence Awards for its work in creating an algorithm that can help detect seizures in newborn babies.

The Irish Centre for Foetal and Neonatal Translational Research (Infant) is competing for an award in Ireland’s Artificial Intelligence Awards. The (...)

There have been more than  2,300 cases of students cheating at  universities since 2010. Photograph: iStock

There’s always been a temptation to cheat, and sneaking phones into exam halls or plagiarising from the internet has made it easier than ever before. (...)

O’Donnabháin’s, Kenmare, Co Kerry: locally-sourced food makes for a  crowd-pleasing menu

Ireland experienced something of an epidemic of magnolia-lacquered hotel development in the era post-economic apocalypse, with hallmark features like (...)

Dubliner Anthony Blackwell looks down on Marseille, where he works as a secondary school teacher
Welcome to my place . . . Marseille
  • Abroad
  • November 17, 2018, 06:00

Dubliner Anthony Blackwell, graduate of NUI Maynooth and Trinity College, lives in Marseille where he works as a secondary school teacher at the Inter(...)

Prof Terry Hughes was jointly awarded the 2018 Maddox Prize

An Irish scientist based in Australia who has battled public attempts to discredit his work on the devastating effects of climate change on coral reef(...)

Monopoly, the Dublin edition

I was wandering aimlessly through the Arnotts toy department last weekend idly wondering what presents Santa’s elves might be building this year when (...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy had caused confusion with homelessness figures, an Oireachtas committee was told. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, has “undermined confidence” in homelessness statistics by ordering the removal earlier this year of over 1,600 pe(...)

Dublin. Ever since Google first sashayed into the Irish capital in 2003, effortlessly cosmopolitan and dripping Californian chic, the State has appeared smitten

Fifteen years of marriage is a crystal wedding anniversary. Hopefully someone at Government buildings this week remembered to send an appropriate pres(...)

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