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  1. What job would you have had in the 1920s?

    02.24 / 11:59 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    In the era of glittering soirées and jazz musicians, the job options were very different to what they are now. What would have been your career path? The post What job would you have had in the 1920s? appeared first on Silicon …
  2. 15 promising start-ups blossoming in Paris

    02.24 / 11:59 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    Check out these great start-ups from Paris that are guaranteed to put a spring in your step. The post 15 promising start-ups blossoming in Paris appeared first on Silicon…
  3. Robots won’t replace humans, they’ll work with us

    02.24 / 11:59 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    Speaking at the Turing Lecture in Dublin, Dr Guruduth Banavar, IBM VP & chief science officer, detailed where he believes AI is going. Luckily, it won’t be like in the movies. The post Robots won’t replace humans, they’ll work with us appeared first on Silicon Repub…
  4. Statements flow in from Silicon Valley criticising transgender ruling

    02.24 / 11:59 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    The tech community has united once again in opposition of a decision by US president Donald Trump to roll back protections put in place for transgender students in American schools. The post Statements flow in from Silicon Valley criticising transgender ruling appeared first on Silicon…
  5. UCD and Cúram reveal studies into regional funding and medtech

    02.24 / 10:59 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    A UCD researcher has been awarded €1.5m for a study into technology evolution, while a separate Cúram project will see a new device made to treat hypertension. The post UCD and Cúram reveal studies into regional funding and medtech appeared first on Silicon Rep…
  6. Tyndall researcher is making the most of networks

    02.24 / 10:59 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    Networking as an undergraduate has helped Tyndall-based Yuliya Verbishchuk to build up her research in software-defined networks. She spoke to Claire O’Connell. The post Tyndall researcher is making the most of networks appeared first on Silicon R…
  7. Hidden no more: The African-American women of NASA’s history

    02.24 / 09:56 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    While Black History Month is largely a US custom every February, the release of Hidden Figures on this side of the Atlantic has inspired us to celebrate some of sci-tech history’s finest. The post Hidden no more: The African-American women of NASA’s history appeared first on Silicon Rep…
  8. Under thirty and underpaid: How to beat the pay trap

    02.24 / 09:56 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    How many of us have taken the first job we were offered after graduation, only to be stuck with the same low salary for years? Hays Recruitment’s Martin Dixon is here to help you escape the pay trap. The post Under thirty and underpaid: How to beat the pay trap appeared first on Silicon R…
  9. No silver lining in the cloud for HP Enterprise as revenues slump 10pc

    02.24 / 09:56 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    HP Enterprise – HP’s cloud and software end of the business – is finding it tough in the competitive sector as its latest earnings report show its revenues have slumped by 10pc. The post No silver lining in the cloud for HP Enterprise as revenues slump 10pc appeared first on Silicon Repub…
  10. Cork tech company to deliver 4G in the sky at Mobile World Congress

    02.24 / 08:49 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    Software Radio Systems has struck a major deal with US company SmartSkly to bring 4G and Wi-Fi speeds to the skies. The post Cork tech company to deliver 4G in the sky at Mobile World Congress appeared first on Silicon…
  11. NUI Galway joins Phablabs 4.0 to turn spotlight on photonics for STEM

    02.24 / 08:49 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    NUI Galway has announced it is the first Irish university to join the EU’s Phablabs 4.0 project that aims to offer photonics workshops to get kids as young as 10 interested in a possible STEM career. The post NUI Galway joins Phablabs 4.0 to turn spotlight on photonics for STEM appeared first on Silicon R…
  12. Battle of the self-driving cars: Alphabet’s Waymo sues Uber’s Otto

    02.24 / 08:49 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    Google sister company Waymo is suing Uber’s self-driving car company Otto for allegedly stealing secret tech. The post Battle of the self-driving cars: Alphabet’s Waymo sues Uber’s Otto appeared first on Silicon Repub…
  13. 100 Irish high-value research jobs to be created after €10m funding

    02.24 / 07:41 siliconrepublic.com Siliconrepublic.com - Gadgets
    The latest success for Irish research under the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme has been announced with €10m awarded to create 100 high-value research jobs. The post 100 Irish high-value research jobs to be created after €10m funding appeared first on Silicon Repub…