Ireland Post-Pandemic: Utilizing AI to Kick-Start Economic Recovery

Posted November 24, 2020 | Leadership | Technology | Amplify
Denis Dennehy examines how AI can power a sustainable recovery for the Irish economy following COVID-19. He addresses common concerns associated with AI and shows that it will not just eliminate jobs through automation, but rather will create many new roles in specialized areas to support AI. Additionally, Dennehy discusses how AI can be used for social good to address several societal issues. In this thought-provoking discussion, he focuses on four strategic areas that he believes AI can support, namely: (1) agriculture, (2) smart manufacturing and supply chains, (3) education, and (4) smarter products and services.
About The Author
Denis Dennehy
Denis Dennehy is Program Director of the QS-ranked master’s in business analytics program at J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics, Ireland, and is a funded investigator with Lero | the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software at the National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway. He is chair of the 20th IFIP Conference e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society, which will take place in September 2021 at NUI Galway. Dr. Dennehy… Read More
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