Artificial intelligence: Are We All Ok With It?
How is Ireland doing in its push to become a major player in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) market?
Remarkably well, says the Dublin law practice Mason Hayes & Curran. It looks forward to the strong future growth of the country’s expanding AI eco-system, which has spawned new, successful companies and attracted investment by corporations such as Google. It is estimated that AI will lift Ireland’s gross domestic product number by 11.6% to €48bn.
Some of the credit for this progress must go to University College Cork’s Professor Barry O’Sullivan, who is president of the European AI Association and a member of the European Union panel charged with making recommendations for the development of the EU’s AI strategy and to think about the challenges we will face in the workplace. READ MORE ON: IRISH EXAMINER