Vint Cerf

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The financing will be use to take on additional staff across a number of areas as it looks to scale to 30 new markets

Peroptyx, a Castlebar-based machine learning company, has raised €1.7 million in a seed funding round. The start-up is chaired by physicist Dr Dennis(...)

Fionn Ferreira (18) was named the overall winner of the 2019 Google Science Fair

An Irish student has won a global science award for his project which aims to remove microplastics from the world’s oceans. Fionn Ferreira (18) from (...)

Close to two decades later, we are facing a mess that never had to be. Photograph: Michael Smith/Getty

My apologies for weighing in so late on the national broadband debate. The reason why, is because I weighed in so early on the national broadband deb(...)

‘This isn’t copyright reform. It’s copyright redefinition to benefit – surprise – corporations’

Wednesday was not a good day for the internet. In a morning vote in Brussels, the European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI) voted 14-9 to(...)

Past visions of the future: Then minister for public enterprise Mary O’Rourke launches the world’s first internet television, Mitsubshi’s netset. Photograph: Maxwells

A report revealing pathetic broadband speeds in Ireland frayed tempers in business sector bodies this past week, which warned of potential job losses (...)

Minister of State for Data Protection Dara Murphy and the Government’s Data Forum announced on Tuesday  a data summit will take place in  Dublin in June.

Internet pioneer Vint Cerf will address an international conference in Dublin in June which aims to explore the expanding role of data in society. M(...)

Print items here falls under a statutory requirement to be archived and made available in the library at Trinity College Dublin

A print book versus an ebook. A report printed by a government agency versus one available from the agency’s website. Same thing, just in a different(...)

Amárach research on behalf of FujiFilm Ireland found that of the 43 per cent of people who print their photos, 53 per cent print them straight from their camera. Photograph: Frank Miller

Fewer than half of us are printing off our digital images, with the result that 44 per cent of respondents in a new survey say they have lost images (...)

John Herlihy, Google showing Vint Cerf around the Google offices in Dublin.

Whatever one’s view on selfies, it’s clear that taking such photos is a spur of the moment thing, rather than an effort to capture something for poste(...)

People hold masks of Edward Snowden at the NETmundial conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photograph: Nacho Doce/Reuters

The World Wide Web marked its 25th birthday last month amidst of growing concerns that, while it may be world wide, the internet is increasingly threa(...)

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