Rethinking Fair Employment in the Era of AI

As pioneers in ML and AI, Idiro Analytics has collected enough industry expertise to lead the way in developing and implementing ethical AI.
We aim to ensure that AI implementations are trustworthy and free from biases and discrimination.

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You don’t use AI so the upcoming EU AI Act won’t affect you? Think again…

Bings’ “Sydney”, Google’s Bard, all GPT versions from the OpenAI, and now, Anthropic’s Claude – they can write emails, essays, and even code, conduct research, prepare PowerPoint presentations, or tutor students. No wonder these chatbots will soon become the irreplaceable colleague every modern-day office needs. Supporters of AI technology argue that the era of AI chatbots will improve people’s productivity to levels unseen before, similar to what Henry Ford did to manufacturing. More sceptical spectators fear that AI advancements are moving too fast and could bring more harm than benefits.

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Friend or Foe? Say Hello to your new co-workers: the AI chatbots

Bings’ “Sydney”, Google’s Bard, all GPT versions from the OpenAI, and now, Anthropic’s Claude – they can write emails, essays, and even code, conduct research, prepare PowerPoint presentations, or tutor students. No wonder these chatbots will soon become the irreplaceable colleague every modern-day office needs. Supporters of AI technology argue that the era of AI chatbots will improve people’s productivity to levels unseen before, similar to what Henry Ford did to manufacturing. More sceptical spectators fear that AI advancements are moving too fast and could bring more harm than benefits.

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Céad míle fáilte…. or not – an investigation into Dublin’s rental market?

Sustained economic growth over the past three decades has allowed Ireland to prosper. Our welcoming culture and plentiful job opportunities are the reason people move to Dublin. Unfortunately, like many well-off countries, Ireland has struggled to provide housing for all its citizens and new immigrant arrivals to our shores. In recent years the housing shortage, for both rental and purchase, has become one of the key issues in the country.

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One solution to increase employee productivity and satisfaction

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Contact centre agents are the shopfront of their company – they interact with customers daily, and their attitude is what forms the customer’s opinion of the company. The currency of such interactions is customer satisfaction – one poor experience can make the customer drop the brand and choose a competitor. Yet, a positive experience could increase the customer’s loyalty and bring revenue growth for the company.

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No spotlight for female artists

In the past years, many festival-lovers have expressed dissatisfaction with the unfair gender representation in music festivals’ lineups. And while festival organisers took in fans’ criticism and worked on creating more diverse and inclusive lineups, it seems that it will take more effort from organisers, sponsors and the fans until we see a fair gender representation on the stages of music festivals.

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The Game of Letters and Numbers

Wordle has taken the world by storm as it gained popularity among people from all walks of life. For those who haven’t yet had a chance to be introduced to this curious word-guessing game, there are just a few rules to know.

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