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August 12, 2022 25 min
This week Dusty gives a half-time view of 2022 and Olvia Bushe from FlowForma talks about no-code software development.
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This week Niall Kitson talks with Eirmersive director Camille Donegan about the local blended reality projects coming to a metaverse near you.
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This week Niall and Dusty look at how surge pricing is infecting everything from food order to concert tickets. In our interview slot Hugh Callaghan from Unify talks about how artists and creatives can save time managing their personal brands.
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This week Twitter is suing Elon Musk, Uber is accused of dodgy dealings outside of their outrageous 'surge pricing' and BMW are introducing subscription services to their car tech. We also talk with opa Mind co-founder Amy Awad on the role AI can play in managing your mental health.
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You've heard us talk on the show about Web3 in parts but what are the technologies bringing it all together? Fujitsu's Caragh O’Carroll is a distinguished engineer and emerging tech expert explains it all in 30 minutes.
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With cryptocurrencies in freefall and is it the best time to buy or should we walk away from them completely or is now the time to buy? Financial expert Rachel Pether explains all.
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This week Niall and Dusty look at the continued decline of cryptorrency and ask when is the best time to buy. Also Gary Drennan, solution area lead for Ireland at Avanade, talks about his company's work on the Covid-19 vaccine passport portal.
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This week we meet Code for Ethics keynote speaker Danese Cooper to talk about the history of open source software and how 'innerpreneurship' can change how businesses innovate.
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On this week's show in association with PwC we look at Google's AI problems, a free version of Photoshop and Robert Byrne from takes us through the next steps companies can take on their cloud computing journey.
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This week Niall and Dusty round up the big announcements from Apple's WWDC conference. Also, Prof Rozenn Dayhot from Maynooth University and Adapt - the SFI centre for AI-driven digital content technology - talks about how virtual spaces are moving with the times.
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This week Niall and Dusty mark the departure of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, Elon Musk demands his executives return to the office, and a 90s fad makes a return in the Metaverse.
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his week Niall and Dusty discuss two shocking stories on how authorities and companies use data on you without your knowledge or consent: Twitter gets hit with something like a GDPR fine and the Minister for Justice moots facial recognition for Gardai. Finally, Future Proof Media managing director Sean Higgins explains how neuroscience can help us understand how people naturally react to advertising.
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This week we catch a glimpse of what’s coming for Zoom direct from advisor to the CIO Magnus Falk. Also, find out about brilliant simple ways to give old hardware a brand new 2022 lease of life.
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Some brilliant innovations announced by Google at I/O this week include a huge improvement to Google Pay, new smartphones and a way to drop the 'OK Google' wake word which you will either love or hate. Plus we chat with DNAverse co-founder Javier Floren about mixing NFTs and blockchain technologies with the art of medical imaging.
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This week we look at a potential exodus from Twitter and Intersystems' John Kelly looks at lessons data scientists have picked up from from the pandemic.
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Is it possible to predict the next 'hottest summer' or 'coldest winter'? Head of catastrophe insight at Aon Steve Bowen takes us through how data is revealing the natural - and unnatural - trends of the global climate.
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This week we delve into the world of AI for medicine with Dr Ozanan Meireles. We also look at Netflix's declining fortunes, why the EU has good news for smartphone users and how to stop people spying on you with Whatsapp.
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April 19, 2022 30 min
This week we look at the continued trend of tech companies closing their Russian operations, Elon Musk buys into Twittter, and TechIreland's John O'Dea outlines the nation's start-up performance.
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This week Niall and Dusty ask what next for Twitter as Elon Musk becomes the social media's biggest shareholder; Microsoft also has a report with some bad news for employers; and Colin Baker from Laptop Lab talks about how his business has changed since the pandemic and his Ukraine appeal.
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This week we have a gadget that's 'peak Dyson', an update on the Rehab hack, ask who are Lapsus$ and find out how the National Council for the Blind of Ireland chief technology officer is making use of assistive technology to create a sense of community.
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