Three big departures from the norm at Apple WWDC this week including a major announcement on processors which changes everything, a new way of presenting their keynote and goodbye to Mac OS X. We fill you in.
We also find out how you can take an idea in a lab or workshop and make it into a viable business with Conor Mc Nally, Startup and Business Development Manager, at the Adapt Centre for Research into Digital Content.
Eir are back with big broadband promises but can they deliver? We also chat with Kevin Koidl from the Adapt Centre about alternative social networks that just might be trustworthy.
We look deeper into Facebook data problems for users with Kevin Koidl, a researcher working on the Big Foot Digital project at the Adapt Centre. We also have good news for Netflix and Sky Sports fans going on holidays!
For St Patrick’s weekend, we wanted to find out if machine learning and natural language processing could handle the Irish language. Niall met with Dr Theresa Lynn at the Adapt Centre and got a rather surprising answer!
Last week, we spoke with Prof Vincent Wade from the Adapt Centre for Research into Digital Content about the digital personal assistant project Adele. The interview touched on a number of different technologies and areas of research such as natural language processing, human/machine interaction and artificial intelligence, so Niall Kitson has done a deeper dive into these fields, this week interviewing some of Ireland’s foremost researchers in those areas. Enjoy.