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A geospatial tech spinout company from the ADAPT SFI Research Centre at Trinity College Dublin (TCD), ai mapit, has launched into the global geographic information systems (GIS) market with its revolutionary geotagging solution. Based on groundbreaking research in deep learning and computer vision, ai mapit technology uses novel statistical and image processing techniques
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A team of researchers at Trinity College Dublin has secured €365,000 in funding to develop an AI-driven platform to address failings in ethics and compliance that are causing large multinational companies to suffer huge losses every year due to fraud, corruption and unethical behaviour. IntegrityIQ will be a spin-out of Trinity Business School, a top-ranking […]
Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has welcomed the news that seven Irish universities have gone up in the world rankings. This included Trinity College Dublin, which enjoyed a jump of 17 places from 98th to 81st in the world. Speaking about the progress, Minister Harris said, “this is […]
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Reframing local authority and national planning measures that redistribute car-centric travel spaces to prioritise walking and cycling is critical to help Ireland work towards its goal of more active travel and halving transport sector emissions by 2030 to meet international decarbonisation targets, according to new research. Researchers from Trinity College Dublin’s
Council Partners Education Environment News
Join the Online Information Session for Trinity College Dublin’s School of Engineering Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering for Climate Action Climate change is undeniably one of the most pressing challenges of our time. The need for innovative solutions and skilled professionals who can tackle the complex issues arising from climate change has never been greater.
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The future of wireless networks will be increasingly driven by machine demands, not human demand, according to leading wireless communication expert newly appointed to University College Cork (UCC), Trinity College Dublin (TCD), and Tyndall National Institute. Prof Holger Claussen shares this assessment of the future of wireless networks as he takes up his new role […]
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The inaugural Heritage Ireland 2030 Conference will take place on Monday 24 October 2022 at Trinity College Dublin and online. The Summit will bring together stakeholders, members of the public and those working to protect heritage in communities, by showcasing successful projects, exploring challenges and opportunities and outlining progress in delivering the objectives
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Businesses, leaders, creative teams, and those who want to be job shapers not seekers are invited to the launch of an ambitious new collaborative opportunity between the Mid-East Regional Local Enterprise Offices and Trinity College Dublin. Local Enterprise Offices of Kildare, Meath and Wicklow have come together to extend an open invitation to the launch […]