Thoughts from Innovation Ireland Forum 2014 in one infographic

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The Innovation Ireland Forum 2014 brought together some of the brightest minds in industry, academia and entrepreneurship to discuss the future of technology in our society.

On Friday, 24 October in the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, representatives from Intel, Bell Labs, ESB Networks, Irish Research Council, Nuritas and more came together to demystify concepts such as bioinformatics, the internet of things (IoT), next-wave analytics, and open innovation and collaboration in industry and academia.

Keynote speakers at the event included Mark Castleman, entrepreneur-in-residence with Bell Labs; Philip Moynagh, vice-president of Intel’s internet of things group; and Nora Khaldi, founder and CSO of Nuritas, a start-up that is creating the future of food.

In the audience and part of panel discussions were senior academics, entrepreneurs and industry representatives who engaged in wide-ranging discussion on Ireland’s future policies and practices when it comes to enabling innovation.

You can check out each keynote in full as well as highlights from each panel discussion right here, but thanks to graphic harvesting by Think Visual, we have an illustrated summary of the event’s key points below. Enjoy!

Innovation Ireland Forum 2014 infographic by Think Visual

Elaine Burke is managing editor of Siliconrepublic.com

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