Dublin-based artificial intelligence start-up firm Voysis has secured $8m (€7.6m) in funding, which the company will use to expand its US team in Boston and further develop its technology.[...]
The disembodied voices are coming. You probably know Siri, Alexa, and Cortana, but in the not-so-distant future every company and brand could have its own[...]
Voysis, a voice AI platform enabling natural language instruction and search for third-party enterprises, announces a $8 million Series A.[...]
Voysis, which enables companies to create their own voice assistants, today announced the launch of its product, as well as a new funding round of $8 million.[...]

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Tech Tools: mirrorless camera packs punch but comes at a price [...]
The Canon EOS 800D and the EOS 77D are DSLRs, while the EOS M6 is a mirrorless camera[...]

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The rare Amber warning now covers more than half the nation[...]
Both wind and rainfall warnings have been issued by Met Eireann for parts of the country as Storm Doris is set to hit Ireland tonight.[...]
A NATIONWIDE Status Yellow weather warning has been issued by Met Éireann. The warning, issued at 10[...]
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UN envoy Staffan de Mistura warned some unspecified 'spoilers' could try to disrupt efforts to bring peace to Syria.[...]
A day before negotiations on the crisis in Syria kick off in Geneva, the United Nations Special Envoy for the war-torn country acknowledged that while he is “not expecting a breakthrough,” the proactive momentum needs to be sustained, and the top United Nations relief official told the Security Council that the country’s humanitarian needs would remain critical for a long time.[...]
UN-brokered Syrian peace talks resume in Geneva on Thursday, but hopes of a breakthrough are dim, clouded by persistent violence and deadlock over the country's political future. On the eve of the talks, 10 months after the last round of negotiations in the Swiss city, Russia called on Syrian President[...]
Meeting marks first UN-backed talks between government and opposition in nearly a year.[...]

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AN Irish Rail clerical worker has brought a legal challenge over her dismissal after she failed a random breath test for alcohol.[...]
A clerical officer who has worked for Irish Rail for 37 years was dismissed from her job on safety grounds after she failed a random breath test for alcohol, the High Court has heard. Carol...[...]

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COMEDIAN Steve Hofstetter's post on Imgur about how he got revenge on a woman who let her dog poo in the middle of an airport has gone viral.[...]
Comedian Steve Hofstetter says the woman just left the mess on the floor of the airport for a cleaner to remove[...]

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LENT is just around the corner, and we’ve found just the thing that will make the 40 day wait worthwhile. The Paddocks Pub, Clonee have come up with the perfect combination to go with your chocolate egg on Easter Sunday.[...]
Come Easter day, you want to be unwrapping the tastiest egg that the country has to offer. The richest chocolate. The thickest shell. The most satisfying crack. But rather than schlepping...[...]
It’s actually not as weird as it sounds, because we ditch the meat, breadcrumbs and egg[...]
Can't wait until Easter for your treats? This should keep you going for now [...]

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The UK economy is now more of a concern to Britons than terrorism or immigration. According to a survey by data group Nielsen, 28 per cent of Britons said the economy was one of their top two concerns at the end of 2016, up 12 percentage points from a year ago, compared to the 20 …[...]
"As the political and economic planning for Brexit gets underway, concerns about jobs leaving the UK have unsettled consumers," said Steve Smith, managing director, Nielsen UK and Ireland.[...]
The Truth About Brexit, The Economy And Confidence Social Media 'Luvvies' Can't Bear To Hear - 02/21/2017[...]

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