Johnny Walker

11 results

British  theoretical physicist and author Stephen Hawking:  he said artificial intelligence could be “be the best or worst thing to ever happen to humanity” during his keynote speech at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal. Photograph: Patricia De Melo Moreira/AFP/Getty Images

For anyone hoping the organisers of the Web Summit might fail dismally in Lisbon and end up back in Dublin with their tails between their legs, think (...)

Health Innovation Hub in Cork

From spinal cord regeneration and genome editing to 3D printing of human organs, modern technology could soon allow us to overcome diseases and condit(...)

Dubliner Terence Kelly outside the Mosque in Clonskeagh in 2010. Photograph: Alan Betson

Terence “Khalid” Kelly died last week after carrying out an Islamic State suicide bombing in Iraq, according to the jihadist group. In June, 2004, in(...)

Diageo, which owns the Guinness, Smirnoff Vodka and Johnny Walker whiskey brands, has been trying to shed a number of non-core assets in recent months

Drinks group Diageo has completed the sale of its US and UK wine interests to Treasury Wine Estates in a deal valued at $552 million (€506m). The dea(...)

Diageo plans to use net proceeds of about £320 million after tax and transaction costs to repay borrowings

Drinks group Diageo has agreed the $552 million (€483m) sale of its major wine interests to Treasury Wine Estates, it said on Wednesday, as part of it(...)

There are numerous companies providing or developing a diverse range of technologies which they say could bring about major benefits to Ireland’s health system. Photograph: Getty Images

The Government’s eHealth strategy is being rolled out with the appointment of a board of eHealth Ireland due in the next few weeks. But (...)

Lisa Walsh is much happier with her sleeping patterns this week. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

It’s the fourth and final week of the Sleep Challenge and things are looking up. “The champions are all beginning to identify lifestyle habits (...)

So in this age of a smorgasbord of smartphones and digital mobile gadgets linked electronically to the multitude of freely available wearable s(...)

Voyager: the trip is a follow-up to Charlie Bird’s 2008 film. Photograph: Crossing the Line

In his first journalistic role since leaving RTÉ, Charlie Bird is preparing to spend a month in an Inuit community in the Canadian Arctic, to document(...)

While the top of the Leinster men’s Division One table remains pretty much unchanged, YMCA’s stunning late comeback win over Glenanne had a big impact(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • Next
  • Last »