24 June 2024

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Galway AI company scoops ‘Start-up Technology Company of the Year’ prize

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Galway AI company scoops ‘Start-up Technology Company of the Year’ prize

Galvia, a pioneering AI company based in Galway, has won the ‘Start-up Technology Company of the Year’.

They received the honour at the CIO & IT Leaders Summit Awards, which celebrates achievements within the IT community.

Galvia’s key aim is to make Artificial Intelligence accessible to both big and small organisations.

 

 

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