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Running from April 23rd to April 27th, South Dublin County Council’s Eco Week, now in its 14th year, is providing free events to create environmental awareness and aims at engagement with citizens of South Dublin in protecting our environment. Mayor of South Dublin County, Cllr Paul Gogarty officially launched Eco Week in the County Hall, Tallaght […]
News Technology
Belfast-based Liopa, an innovative start-up using lip reading technology, has received €1 million (€808,000) in funding which will enable their product to reach the global market. Thanks to backing from AI Seed Fund and Co-fund NI, Liopa now has the capability to commercialise its Visual Speech Recognition (VSR) product LipRead on a much greater scale. Developed following
Feature News
Today, April 16th, marks the 50th anniversary of what was once Ireland’s tallest building, Cork County Hall. Now the headquarters of Cork County Council, this iconic construction was designed by Architect Patrick McSweeney in 1968 and at that time was 64.3 metres in height. The County Hall retained its status of being the tallest building […]
Health News
The first dedicated Irish survey on alcohol’s harm to others by the HSE has found one in six carers (16%) reported that children, for whom they had parental responsibility, experienced harm because of someone else’s drinking. “The Untold Story: Harms Experienced in the Irish Population due to Others’ Drinking” brings to light how other people’s drinking can affect a wide