AI Summit Presentation Page 2020

We would like to thank all our attendees, speakers, moderators, sponsors and associates for attending the AI Summit on Thursday last in Croke Park, Dublin. We hope you found the day and content of benefit to you and your organisation. Please see below links to the following post-event communications:


Registered Attendee List

The Business Post report as featured on Sunday, March 8th



Vincent McCarthy, Co-founder & CEO, The Festival of Curiosity

Dr. Iain Brown, Head of Data Science, SAS UK&I and Adjunct Professor of Marketing Analytics, University of Southampton

Mary Hearne, Senior Manager, AI Engineering, LinkedIn

Barry Lowry, Government CIO, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform

Venkatesh Kannan, Technical Manager, Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC)

Dr Pepijn van de Ven, Senior Lecturer, Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Limerick




Kieran Towey, Managing Director – Data Scientist and KPMG Analytics Lead

Dr. Oisín Boydell, Principal Data Scientist and Head of the Applied Research Group at CeADAR, Ireland’s centre for Applied AI, University College Dublin

Dr. Ricardo Simon Carbajo. Head of Innovation & Development, CeADAR

Ian Brennan, Director of IT, Laya Healthcare


 Global CIO Survey from Logicalis
Use of emerging technologies is on the rise around the world, but many organisations are failing to capitalise on its benefits, according to the recent Global CIO Survey from Logicalis, the IT solutions and managed services provider.
The study, which questioned 888 CIOs from around the globe including Ireland, found that 61% of businesses are now using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, whilst only 9% believe that they are realising the business advantages.
Click on this link for the full report


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