Silicon Republic, Europe's leading tech news service, brings you Future Human, the evolution of their successful Inspirefest event. With over 3,000 attendees expected from over 50 countries, Future Human features the leading thinkers in science, robotics, AI, climate action, security, business, health, workplaces and the arts. Future Human will continue to be the most inclusive and forward-looking event in the world.
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SFI head: ‘This is an optimal time to increase funding for research’
SFI’s Mark Ferguson spoke to Ann O’Dea about research in Ireland, funding and future opportunities in science.
Investment in Ireland has been ‘extraordinarily strong’ this year
In conversation with Ann O’Dea, IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan said he doesn’t believe the change to corporate tax will negatively impact Ireland.
Trinity provost Prof Linda Doyle outlines her vision for the future
Days before stepping up as provost of Trinity College Dublin, Prof Linda Doyle sat down with Ann O’Dea to discuss her plans for the future of the university.
BTYSTE 2020 winners give tips for future participants
At Future Human, BTYSTE 2020 winners Cormac Harris and Alan O’Sullivan explained how they prepared for their project pitch.
How Swoop is creating a ‘virtual CFO’ for small businesses
Andrea Reynolds, founder and CEO of Swoop, has seen a jump in demand for the company’s digital ‘finance buddy’ during Covid-19.
Lack of transparency around data practices is ‘the tip of the iceberg’
At Future Human, data privacy advocate Brittany Kaiser presented a keynote on data literacy in the modern world.
Félix Lajeunesse: What it’s like to film VR on the ISS
Félix Lajeunesse of Felix & Paul Studios discusses how his company brought VR into orbit and what he sees for the future of the medium.