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12pm News Alerts from Silicon RepublicSilicon Republic Silicon Republic is a leading source for technology, science and start-up news, information and resources for people who are passionate about STEM. in the 03/03/2016 edition:

From civil engineering to tech: a day working at the cutting edge of AI innovation

Mar 03, 2016 11:52 am

There are roles in the tech sector of which most people have at least a vague understanding. Others are a little more shrouded in mystery. Brianne Mulvihill, who works in open innovation at Accenture’s Centre for Innovation, tells us about a typical day in her role, giving us insight into what it’s like to work at the cutting edge of innovation in artificial intelligence.

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15 wonderful women working to change the face of tech

Mar 03, 2016 11:44 am

Picture an engineer, software developer or technologist. Did you picture a man?

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Coding on the curriculum: We’re making progress

Mar 03, 2016 11:35 am

The push to get coding onto the Junior Cert curriculum in Ireland is making steady progress behind the scenes, with schools up and down the country starting to implement classes.

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Smartphone payments about to go Hands Free with Google

Mar 03, 2016 11:23 am

Google is working on a new mobile payments platform, called Hands Free, that aims to allow you to pay for goods without taking the phone out of your pocket in an internet of things (IoT) future.

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Billions of years ago, Mars’ surface was completely different

Mar 03, 2016 09:58 am

New research has revealed that, billions of years ago, so much lava was spewed by Martian volcanoes that the planet’s surface was radically different to what we see today.

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LinkedIn CEO donating his multi-million stock package to staff

Mar 03, 2016 09:06 am

LinkedIn knows how to keep staff happy, or at least it tries to. The social media giant’s recent jump into ‘well, that sounds lovely’ sees CEO Jeff Weiner forgo his annual stock package, passing it on to staff instead.

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Intel’s vision to be chip vendor of choice in growing VR headset market

Mar 03, 2016 08:56 am

Chip giant Intel is joining the crowded virtual reality race that includes Samsung, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, HTC and others. It is hoping to make its mark on the fast-evolving world of virtual and augmented reality using its RealSense 3D technology and 6th Gen Core processor technology.

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Leaders’ Insights: Caroline Spillane, Engineers Ireland

Mar 03, 2016 08:45 am

Caroline Spillane is director general of Engineers Ireland.

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Pentagon appoints Alphabet chairman Eric Schmidt to head innovation board

Mar 03, 2016 08:09 am

The chairman of Google’s parent company Alphabet, Eric Schmidt, has been appointed by the US government to lead a new advisory board at the Pentagon aimed at bringing innovation and best practices to the US military.

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Human Y chromosomes are less chimp, more gorilla

Mar 03, 2016 08:08 am

A new method of DNA sequencing has shown that the male-specific Y chromosome in humans has more in common with gorillas than chimpanzees in many ways.

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