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This EdTech startup wants to change how children in Ireland learn about internet safety

Edtech start-up, Zeeko, has announced the launch of a new and interactive Peer-to-Peer educational platform to transform the way internet safety is taught …

22 October 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Dublin’s entrepreneurs assemble to take part in the first Startup Week Dublin

Entrepreneurs, startups, community facilitators and those in pursuit of starting their own businesses are invited to join Techstars’ Startup Week Dublin, powered by …

02 October 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Voysis’ latest announcement solves major voice interface issue

Voysis, the complete Voice AI platform company, today announced that it has developed ViEW – Voysis Embedded WaveNet. ViEW represents the next evolution …

30 September 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Why The Newest Social Network Is Launching In Dublin

We’ve all been in that awkward spot. You did everything possible to avoid it, yet it still happened. Your mother’s aunt’s friend just …

24 September 2018 / By Kevin Kline

Google announces strong mix of Regional and Dublin based businesses for its Autumn Adopt A Startup Programme

Google has revealed the 26 Irish startups that will be taking part in its Autumn Adopt A Startup programme. The 26 Irish startups, …

17 September 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Ireland’s first driverless public transport vehicle is on its way

The first driverless shuttle in Ireland will make its debut in Dublin’s Docklands on September 21st and 22nd. The special event organised by Dublin …

04 September 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Applications are now open for UPRISE Festival’s new ‘100Y’ programme

Applications are now open for UPRISE Festival’s new ‘100Y’ programme, an initiative that showcases top tech talent under the age of 30 in …

30 July 2018 / By Dublin Globe

Dublin Tech Summit’s Women in Tech Awards Now Open For Nominations

As we strive to bridge equality gaps, there are still several industries where one gender is far more prevalent than another in the …

29 July 2018 / By Dublin Globe

A Japanese tech giant wants to help fix Dublin’s traffic snarls with sensors and AI

Dublin is on track to become a sensor-driven, artificial intelligence-powered city if Japanese telco and tech giant SoftBank has anything to say about it. …

29 July 2018 / By Fora.ie

CliniShift takes top prize at Digital DNA’s upSTART 2018 competition

CliniShift has lifted the top prize in this year’s upSTART 2018 competition at Digital DNA 2018. The European-wide startup pitch competition – hosted …

24 June 2018 / By Dublin Globe