Niall and Dusty are very excited after this weeks event where Microsoft premiered their new hardware. This is unusual.
Consistently good across the range with two things in particular which stunned them. In fact they one. One each!
Listen to hear the excitement right now with Tech Radio.
Today is all about the iPhone 13, what’s new and how it compares with it’s competitors. We give you all the other announcements from Apple this week including the new iPad Mini and Watch 7.
Find out who wants your smartphone to work for seven years guaranteed. We also chat about the iPhone 13 to be announced next week, the latest Bitcoin launch and how the pandemic has affected how we learn using digital platforms.
We hear about the Irishman instrumental in the story of AI Artificial Intelligence and all about the John Mc Carthy Summer School in Kilorgan Kerry.
Also, like kids have to suffer ‘back to school’, us adults are dealing with ‘back to office’ !! We chat about our own return, how Zoom dysmorphia is a thing, and the different ways Google and Apple are treating their employees coming back to work.
This week we’re chatting about a new low for delivery drones, why Elon Musk makes a terrible boss and the future of hybrid working models with the Head of Technology from Fidelity Investments, Lorna Martyn
We look at how social media is reacting to this weeks events in Afghanistan, why Tesla are in trouble and how data is putting Ireland at the centre of the climate crisis.
We also chat with Andreas von Estorff from ModelManagement.com about how they use technology, not only to find talent, but to make their careers easier to handle as well.
Excellent new phones announced by Samsung this week but not flawless. We give you the ups, the downs and Irish pricing. We also open a can of worms with Googles announcement of 25% wage reduction for home workers and discover (possibly) the most unusual listing ever on Tinder!
We have the latest on new phones coming from Samsung and Google, find out how to get rid of pesky ads on YouTube and chat with Brian Gough from NCAD about how the principals of web design could be applied to a company’s staff.
We see stories about new applications for artificial intelligence every day but, while it works as an aid for decision making, it often falls flat when left to deal with human problems like helping companies find the best staff, or how to accurately recognise faces in a crowd.
So how do we figure out which questions to ask to get the best results and why should some subjects be off-limits for the level of technology we currently have?
Ray Eitel-Porter is Global Responsible AI Lead with Accenture and he took some time out to talk Niall Kitson through the problems of adopting an ethical approach to artificial intelligence.
Ex-Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is making all the headlines this week with this trip to space aboard his own rocket. So we thought we’d take a look at other tech CEO’s for a quick look at what happened next for them after leaving Apple or Microsoft of McAfee among others.