Category: Science

Artificial Intelligence: a Curse or a Blessing

Artificial Intelligence is rapidly changing the environments of just about everything – from translation to speech recognition to jobs to decision-making processes. AI, with its thousands of promised benefits, is positioned to affect just about every business around the globe. But with all the hype surrounding what AI can automate and relieve human beings from

Artificial Intelligence: A Blessing or a Curse?

Written by Stavros Papagianneas  Artificial Intelligence is rapidly changing the environments of just about everything – from translation to speech recognition to jobs to decision-making processes. AI, with its thousands of promised benefits, is positioned to affect just about every business around the globe. But with all the hype surrounding what AI can automate and relieve

New Research Offers Insight Into Treating Sepsis and Other Inflammatory Diseases

An international team of researchers led by Maynooth University scientists has new insights in to how inflammatory diseases work  An international team of researchers, led by Professor Paul Moynagh, Head of the Department of Biology and Director of the Human Health Research Institute at Maynooth University, has made a significant breakthrough in understanding inflammatory diseases

DIAS Scientists Launch Major Atlantic Ocean Research Project

One of the most ambitious deep-ocean research project ever undertaken in Europe was launched in Dublin yesterday, 18th April. The iMARL project – led by scientists from Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) – is centred around 18 state-of-the-art ocean bottom seismometers, which will be located deep in the Atlantic Ocean hundreds of kilometres off