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Voysis was founded by Peter Cahill and the company’’s platform utilizes speech recognition, natural language processing and understanding, deep learning, and text-to-speech capabilities, all of which were developed in-house. The aim of Voysis isn’t to be the next Siri or Alexa, it’s to be the perfect shop or in-car assistant, leading the charge in the voice-technology revolution. We caught up with David, Andreasson, Director of Finance and Operations at Voysis to hear a little more...


Bumble's Rival to LinkedIn is Taking on Sexism in Business

-  Wired UK

Whitney Wolfe's dating app Bumble set out to empower women. Now, as the former Tinder co-founder has launched a rival to LinkedIn, Wolfe has her sights set on a bigger issue: tackling tech's sexism problem.
“On on-demand trucking technology company backed by U2 frontman Bono and lead guitarist The Edge has raised $198 million (€ 167 million) through the sale of new shares in a move that values the start-up at $1 billion (€850 million). Read More
Elon Musk took the world by surprise when he announced that he planned to take a Japanese billionaire on a flight around the moon in 2023. Musk named the passenger as Yusaku Maezawa, a 42-year-old who made billions from his online fashion retailing businesses, as the client who had paid a "significant deposit" to take part in the "lunar loop", when he would orbit Earth's nearest neighbour in a Big Falcon Rocket launched by Musk's company SpaceX. Will Musk make this happen? Probably. Read More
What do you call it when employers use Facebook’s advertising platform to show certain job ads only to men or just to people between the ages of 25 and 36? How about when Google collects the whereabouts of its users — even after they deliberately turn off location history? Or when AT&T shares its mobile customers’ locations with data brokers?
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There's still a big gulf when it comes to vital early-stage funding for young Irish startups (via
Irish tech companies raised more than €500 million in the first half of this year – but there remains a dearth of vital seed funding for early stage startups. Those are the findings from data compiled by not-for-profit organisation TechIreland, whose chief, Niamh Bushnell, said overall funding in the first half of 2018 had increased from €373 million in the same period last year. Read More
The SME Digital Health Index says that three out of four SMEs now have a website, but that only a third of Irish companies can take orders online and two-thirds do not actively promote their businesses online. The index is an annual survey of 1,000 Irish SMEs that measures attitudes to and use of digital assets like websites, e-commerce and social media, carried out and published by IEDR (IE Domain Registry), the company that runs Ireland’s country domain. Read More
25/09/18: Startup Marketing on a Shoestring Budget
As a start-up, creating awareness and converting interest into paying clients is key. But in such a cluttered commercial environment, it’s difficult to stand out from the crowd. This event, hosted by Talent Garden in partnership with Virago Learning, will take you through a practical marketing framework and look at some of the less expensive and more creative ways you can attract clients and other stakeholders to your business, without breaking the bank.
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05/10/18: October #1stFriday brekkie
It's nearly time for October's 1st Friday Brekkie. Don't miss this great opportunity to network, gain insights from fellow members of the startup ecosystem and inspiration from our keynote speaker. Not to mention the coffee and croissants! Register below and join us on Friday, 5th October between 8:00am and 10:00am.
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