Last week saw some of Ireland’s brightest technology minds gather at Cork’s City hall for the 2017 Tech Summit to discuss topics that ranged from Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Healthtech, to Virtual Reality and the Future of Work. Advertisements
For the second year in a row, the city of Bristol was host to the Virtual Reality World Conference (VRWC) that saw over 750 delegates from 20+ countries arrive at England’s south-west coast.
As a tech-junkie, I saw the opportunity to interview Robert Scoble as a chance to converse with a man who could be perceived as a sort of conduit for all things technology and start-up related.
The role of sound in Virtual Reality (VR) is a factor that can oftentimes be overlooked by the user because of the novelty of the visual experience, however, as people become more accustomed to and expectant of the technology, immersive audio may very well dictate who reigns supreme.
Speaking at Cork’s first ever Virtual Reality conference, Derek Gallagher – event host and founder of MavricVR – noted that “at present there is no VR or AR capital of Europe… and there will be”.
An exploration of Web 2.0, journalism and online news – a perspective based on bipartisan power structures, the ‘team-mentality’ and the psychology of online communities. Introduction Speaking on Capitol Hill following her defeat to Donald J. Trump in the US Presidential election, Hillary Rodham Clinton stated that there has been an “epidemic of malicious fake … More Web 2.0 and Journalism: a tool or a curse? An Academic Investigation.