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Growing a business that helps small farmers in Africa

Jun 24, 2016 03:19 pm

M-Farm CEO Jamila Abass has built an online platform and marketplace to boost smallholder farming in Kenya. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.

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Five minute CIO: John Walsh, Fujitsu Ireland

Jun 24, 2016 03:04 pm

“IT mega-trends – cloud, big data, mobility, the Internet of things – are transforming the world of business, with their impact increasingly felt well beyond IT,” said John Walsh, CTO of Fujitsu in Ireland.

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Study suggests boredom leads to political extremes

Jun 24, 2016 03:03 pm

A piece of research from University of Limerick (UL) has suggested that boredom may be a key contributing factor towards support for political extremes.

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Brexit forces Enterprise Ireland to bolster Irish exporters to UK

Jun 24, 2016 02:39 pm

Irish exporters to the UK are to receive support from Enterprise Ireland to remain competitive and active in the UK market following the calamitous decision by Britain to leave the European Union.

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Brexit is an opportunity for Ireland to attract FDI, says IDA

Jun 24, 2016 02:21 pm

Ireland’s inward investment agency IDA Ireland says it is consulting with its 1,200 client companies about the implications of Britain’s exit from the EU, but added that the situation may present opportunities for Ireland in attracting FDI.

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Brexit could be a talent goldmine for Ireland’s tech economy

Jun 24, 2016 12:42 pm

Britain’s decision to exit the European Union, with likely restrictions on immigration, could harm its tech economy but be a boon to that of neighbouring Ireland, as the country will be the only English-speaking nation in the EU.

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Brexit: A currency valuation circus

Jun 24, 2016 11:56 am

With news that the UK has decided to cast off its EU shackles and go it alone, everybody seems to want to know one thing. What’s going to happen with the pound?

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Which AI software is the best at facial recognition?

Jun 24, 2016 10:52 am

We often hear about Google, Facebook or some other tech giant pioneering a new facial recognition tool, but which is actually best?

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YouTube speaks: We’ll let you all live-stream soon

Jun 24, 2016 09:10 am

While Periscope and Facebook Live jostle for early pole position in the live-streaming industry, YouTube is getting ready to dominate in an instant.

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20 reasons why you need to be at Inspirefest 2016

Jun 24, 2016 08:50 am

With less than a week to go until Inspirefest takes over Dublin’s Silicon Docks, the Silicon Republic team has picked out some of their highlights.

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