11 May 2023

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300 business leaders to attend tech and AI summits at University of Galway

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300 business leaders to attend tech and AI summits at University of Galway

Galway Bay fm newsroom – The University of Galway is to host a number of tech summits as part of the AtlanTec Festival.

Three events will be held on campus on the 17th and 18th of May for the national tech community festival.

On the 17th, the Artificial Intelligence Summit and the Cloud Native Summit will take place at the university.

While the Tech Leaders Summit will be held the following day.

Professor Jim Livesey, Vice-President for Research says the University is playing a major role in the festival:

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