An Garda Síochána is Considering Using Artificial Intelligence for Policingby Sean Finnan
At the moment, it’s using software from the company Siren to monitor and manage its IT systems, said a spokesperson. But it’s considering whether to use it for more.
We're Hiring!by Sam Tranum
We’re looking for a full-time city reporter to join our team based in Crumlin, dedicated to original, quality coverage of the city – with a focus on transport in particular.
A Treasure Hunt Seeks to Tempt Ranelaghans Down Neighbourhood Lanesby Laoise Neylon
“People don’t know how unusual our laneways are, to have them still and how different they are from the public areas,” says Emer O’Siochru.
One Dublin College Opts Against Charging International Students Moreby Shamim Malekmian
Fees for international students can be multiples of what their Irish and EU peers pay – but one small city-centre school has chosen another path.
A Dublin Improv Group Encourages Writing, and Joking, Togetherby Donal Corrigan
Comedy writers tend to write alone in Ireland, says Erin McGathy. She’s hoping to change that.
An Open Data Team Experiments with a New Way to Tell City Storiesby Sean Finnan
We’ve gotten used to the idea of data visualisations on a screen, says Mark Linnane. But that’s “kind of a limited way of thinking about space or a terrain”.
Could the Council Do More to Encourage Councillors to Cycle?by Donal Corrigan
Councillors say both parking and how travel expenses are set up could be improved as incentives.
Council Briefs: North Great George's Street Gets Protected and the Geography of Arts Fundingby Stephanie Costello
New developments in the area around North Great George’s Street must now fit with the character of the neighbourhood, says a report to councillors.