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Zendesk

Zendesk established its first office in Dublin in 2012 with two engineers focused on supporting global expansion The Dublin Office is now one of Zendesk’s major software development hubs with 500 people including 150 engineers
Published 06/01/2022

TikTok

Between January 2020 and January 2021, TikTok’s presence in Dublin expanded from 20 people to 1,100 In 2020, ByteDance established its European Trust and Safety Hub in Dublin

Autodesk

In 2018, Autodesk opened its European hub in Ireland to provide operations support to colleagues across EMEA In less than a year, the Irish site had over 180 employees representing 28 nationalities

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Shifting the Talent Pool

With advanced manufacturing accounting for 36.7% of GDP in Ireland, and employing 231,000 direct employees, technology is driving manufacturing breakthroughs across all manufacturing sectors. Jennifer McShane speaks to Domhnall Carroll, Site Director at the National Advanced Manufacturing Centre about why Ireland is the best place to attract the STEM talent needed to keep up with this advancing industry. 
5 minute read
Published 28/07/2022

A Safer Vision for the Future

The west of Ireland is proving to be the ideal location to test pioneering technologies that will make human drivers and autonomous vehicles safer and more reliable in the years ahead - and latest developments show that partnerships are key to staying ahead of the game in this space globally.
5 minute read
Published 22/07/2022

Keeping Track

We are entering a new era in sport. Simply keeping track of the goals scored by each team is but a practice from a simpler time. Artificial intelligence is bringing new layers of rich data to post-match analysis and revolutionising athletes’ training.
4 minute read
Published 05/07/2022

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