- Wednesday, 16 September, 2015 - 11:29
Key stakeholders in data science from government, industry and research will gather tomorrow to discuss the development of an ethics framework for data use in Ireland which can be offered as a European and global model.
- Wednesday, 19 August, 2015 - 04:04
Irish industries encouraged to join the Internet of Things revolution at IOT World in Berlin
For immediate release
The world’s largest Internet of Things (IoT) event, IoT World is coming to Europe, and Insight Ireland, Centre for Data Analytics is at the heart of the action as an official event partner.
- Tuesday, 11 August, 2015 - 11:00
For immediate release.
€3.9 million awarded to Europe-wide redesign of Connected Health researcher education to ensure benefits of research are felt on the ground
The huge promise of Connected Health is not yet being realised in day-to-day healthcare, according to a leading expert in Irish Connected Health research.
- Monday, 22 June, 2015 - 14:34
“Effective use of data will be a big part of future journalism. Whether news organisations manage to be a part of that future will depend on how they react now,” Professor Mark Keane of the Insight Centre for Data Analytics has warned.
Speaking ahead of the launch of FuJo (The Institute of Future Media and Journalism) in DCU, Prof Keane said that a “radical response” is needed from traditional news organisations but few seem prepared to meet the challenge.
- Tuesday, 16 June, 2015 - 12:39
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Health research bodies and data scientists are holding a Day of Action in Brussels today following yesterday’s announcement in Luxembourg of an agreement between the 28 EU governments on a new EU-wide data protection law.
The groups are hoping to safeguard the future of health research by highlighting the unique data use issues that emerge in areas such as cancer research.
Professor Barry O’Sullivan, director of Insight Ireland, Centre for Data Analytics, said:
- Tuesday, 16 June, 2015 (All day)
For immediate release
Council agreement on data protection a step forward for health research
- Thursday, 19 March, 2015 (All day)
PHOTOCALL: 100 Teenage Girls descend on DCU for ‘Girls Hack Ireland’
What: Teenage girls from all over the country will come to DCU’s The Hub on Saturday to learn coding and compete for prizes in a the first ever national hacking event for girls in Ireland